Daffodil Day is Cancer Council’s most iconic and much-loved fundraising campaign. The Daffodil itself is our logo, and to us and those affected by cancer, represents hope for a cancer-free future. For many Canberrans, Daffodil Day means passing by their local community stall and purchasing a bunch of Daffodils.
Get involved this Daffodil Day and enter our colouring/scavenger hunt competition, with the chance to win your very own daffodil bicycle! The competition will run from 23 August and will end 3 September, and will be open to kids under age 13.
While we’re unable to offer face to face Wig Service appointments for the time being we’re very excited to be able to offer online or phone appointments for clients to select a suitable wig or turban. For more information and to arrange an appointment visit our Wig Service page.
In accordance with the public health directive Cancer Council ACT’s office at 1/173 Strickland Crescent, Deakin is closed during the lockdown period. However we are all working from home and will aim to operate as usual as much as we can.
This World No Tobacco Day, Cancer Council tobacco control experts are calling for people who smoke to ‘Commit to Quit’.
Cancer Council is calling for increased support for younger Australians to get active following new data revealing that only 1 in 6 (16%) Australian secondary school children (aged 12 – 17 years) meet the recommended guidelines for physical activity.