Daffodil Day 2019




This year we'll celebrate Daffodil Day on Friday 23 August! Daffodil Day raises funds to give all Australians hope for a cancer free future. Every donation helps fund world-class research into cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment options.

Thanks to research, 61,000 Australian lives have been saved by improvements in cancer prevention, screening and treatment over the past 20 years. Research is fundamental to unlocking the answers for a cancer free future. So every day, with your support, we're investing in life-saving research to give Australians the best chance of surviving cancer.


There are many ways to support Daffodil Day and help us to continue funding vital life-saving cancer research: 


Dedicate a daffodil

Dedicate a virtual daffodil to a loved one and help fund research that might one day save their life. To create your virtual daffodil simply tell us who you'd like to dedicate it to and make a donation. We'll then provide you with a link to share your personalised video with your loved ones.



Make a donation to fund life-saving cancer research via our Daffodil Day site, or by calling us on 1300 65 65 85.



Daffodil Day wouldn't be possible without the help of many amazing volunteers! There are Daffodil Day sites all around the state, so no matter where you are, we need your help on Friday 24 August. 

Register online or call our Volunteer Coordinator on 1300 65 65 85.



Hold a fundraising event at your school, workplace, home or community group to raise funds for vital cancer research. You can hold your fundraiser on Daffodil Day, or any time during August.

Register your fundraising event

To get you started, here are two of our favourite Daffodil Day fundraising ideas:

  • Hold a yellow dress up day
  • Host a yellow-themed bake off


Sell merchandise

Help us raise funds by selling Daffodil Day merchandise or fresh daffodils to your family, friends and colleagues. 

Download the Merchandise Order Form or call us on 1300 65 65 85.



Together we can get closer to a cancer free future.