The daffodil is Australia’s symbol of hope. Each year, the iconic yellow flower blooms for Daffodil Day; one of Australia’s best known and most popular fundraising events.
Every day, around 350 Australians are diagnosed with cancer. But every day there is more reason for hope than ever before. Cancer research is discovering new and better treatments, cancer prevention campaigns are working and support for those affected by cancer is improving all the time. But with figures shockingly this high, it’s likely we’ll all be touched by cancer, either personally, or through a friend or family member.
Daffodil Day raises much needed funds for Cancer Council to continue its honorable work in cancer research, providing patient support and prevention programs for all Australians. However, organisations like Cancer Council also need your support. You can help this year by selling Daffodil merchandise, hosting a yellow morning tea or simply by spreading the message on social media.
Today is Daffodil Day. And we encourage everyone to get involved, in the hope that one day, we will find a cure. To make a donation or to find out more, please visit www.daffodilday.com.au
Can you afford not to have Trauma cover?
Life is full of surprises. From marriage and kids to travel and promotions, there are so many adventures to be had. However, for some of us, life’s little joys can be interrupted by sudden illness. Even the healthiest people are diagnosed with illnesses they have little chance of preventing – like cancer.
If this does happen, we understand this time can be extremely difficult. Ideally, you should be focusing on your health and recovery, not monetary problems. Trauma cover can help by providing a lump sum payment that you can use any way you like to help ease any financial pressure. You can reduce your mortgage, pay for specialist medical care, travel, or cut back at work so you can spend more time with the family.
For further information about protecting your future, please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling us on 1300 761 669. And in the meantime, please support Daffodil Day.