Monday, February 15, 2010

Daffodil Days

The American Cancer Society has announced the launch of its annual daffodil sale. For $10, donors receive a bouquet of 10 fresh daffodil blossoms.

As the first flower of spring, the daffodil is a symbol of hope. To the American Cancer Society, it represents the hope we all share for a future where cancer is no longer a life-threatening disease. You can provide hope to all people affected by the disease by participating in the American Cancer Society Daffodil Days.
To raise awareness and funds to help fight cancer, simply ask your Wilkes University Daffodil Days coordinators for more information. And don't forget to encourage your friends, family members, and coworkers to get involved in Daffodil Days too.

Daffodil Days is the perfect way to fight back. Giving flowers can do more than put a smile on someone’s face: It can help the fight against cancer and bring hope to patients and survivors.