The Irish Cancer Society’s 34th Daffodil Day, proudly supported by Boots Ireland, is scheduled to take place on Friday, 26th March 2021. Ordinarily, it is a day for us all to join together in a show of support for people locally who are affected by cancer. In a Covid free world, a team of local and corporate volunteers would once again take to the streets to raise crucial funds to help alleviate some of the struggles cancer patients are facing.
However, with restrictions in place, this will not be possible in 2021 and we need your help to turn Ireland yellow for Daffodil Day.
Would you consider lighting up some of your lovely buildings and landmarks in your area or perhaps create a yellow window display? Your action will heighten awareness of our Daffodil Day Campaign, drawing attention to the fact that cancer is still here but so are we, every step of the way. Cancer patients all over Ireland now more than ever need our support.
Last year in Limerick 1,431 people were diagnosed with cancer. This Daffodil Day you can help ensure no one in your community has to face cancer alone. Together we can create awareness and demonstrate a tangible display of support for all cancer patients.
As part of the 'Go Yellow on Daffodil Day' campaign Limerick City and County Council Corporate Headquarters, Merchant’s Quay will light up in yellow on Friday 26th March to support this campaign.
Together, let us turn Limerick yellow and demonstrate that we won’t give up until cancer does.
For more information and support, please contact Ena on email@example.com or on 087 7381055.