Have you got a father, mother, sister or friend? Then it’s very likely that Daffodil Day is for you.
What’s Daffodil Day? It’s a bright and positive day to support those touched by cancer. A day to concentrate on our opinion to get a cancer-free future. Held yearly in seven countries, it raises funds for cancer research to cancer prevention, education and patient support. Explore more details about daffodil flowers via www.โต๊ะหมู่บูชาปิดทองราคาถูก.com (which is also known as ‘ดอกแดฟโฟดิล‘ in the Thai language).
Consequently, Daffodil Days are held on various days in different countries. In Canada, it’s held on four successive days in April while in Australia, it falls on the 4th Friday of August — August 27, this year!
Daffodil Day started in Australia in 1986 but it was only in 1992 when it was formally established as an annual event. Since it is now the biggest fundraising event of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere.
How to Help? Fundraising may differ country-to-country. In general:
Flower deliveries. Buy fresh daffodils and product directly from volunteer stalls in shopping centers, railway stations, etc..
Volunteer your time in a booth selling flowers.
Buy Daffodil Day merchandise during the month or make a donation to your Cancer Charity
Purchase a Daffodil Day Box to market yourself in your office, school, etc..
Contact your Cancer Charity for specific ways you can help, such as flower deliveries.
The Daffodil Flower
The genus Narcissus includes daffodils, narcissus, and jonquils. There are 50 species plus tens of thousands of hybrids. All daffodils have a trumpet at the middle and a ring of petals around it.