Daffodil Days - Twin Cities

Why Daffodils?  

One of the first flowers of spring, the daffodil is a symbol of hope. To the American Cancer Society, this flower represents the hope we all share for a future where cancer is no longer a life-threatening disease. 

How does Daffodil Days support the fight against cancer?  

Dollars raised through Daffodil Days campaigns help the American Cancer Society fund groundbreaking cancer research, provide up-to-date cancer information and education, advocate for public policies that benefit the community, and provide services to improve the quality of life for patients and their families.

How does my company get involved?  

If your company/organization is interesed in participating please contact Nick Pilger at nick.pilger@cancer.org or 651-255-8128 in order to create a custom webpage for your use. 

Individuals within your company will then have the opportunity to order bunches of flowers for themselves or purchase Gifts of Hope (bunches of flowers) that will be given to indiviuals in local hospitals currently battling cancer. 

When is Daffodli Days?

All flower orders are due to the American Cancer Society on Friday, March 29. We will then work with each participating organization to identify a delivery date during the week of April 1.

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