Canadian Cancer Society is asking for help with Daffodil Campaign

'Help people see life beyond their cancer diagnosis'

At the Canadian Cancer Society, officials know that cancer changes people but they also believe that a cancer diagnosis doesn’t have to define who they are. As the organization aims to help people live longer and enhance the quality of life for all of those affected by cancer, it believes that life is bigger than cancer.

With one in two Canadians expected to be diagnosed with cancer, the support of individuals is needed more than ever.

When people donate, they’re helping people see life beyond their diagnosis so that they can live their lives more fully.

Funds raised through the Daffodil Campaign are changing lives for the better, with money raised going towards funding support services and ground-breaking research such as clinical trials that move research from the lab into people at more than 80 hospitals and cancer centres across the country.

This spring, the Daffodil Campaign is a special opportunity to make a difference. From April 1 to 30 volunteers will be selling daffodil pins at a variety of retail locations and canvassing for donations in all of Sarnia-Lambton.

Donate and support this April to help prove that life is bigger than cancer. Take action now and visit cancer.ca/daffodil

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