Daffodil Day helpers are needed by Society

AT the national launch of this year’s Daffodil Day the Irish Cancer Society revealed that providing cancer patients with information and support during their cancer journey is an important part of their new strategy.

AT the national launch of this year’s Daffodil Day the Irish Cancer Society revealed that providing cancer patients with information and support during their cancer journey is an important part of their new strategy.

Like the Ardee and Mid-Louth Hospice and other state and voluntary services, the society’s Cancer Information Service, which reached over 1,516 in Louth seeks to improve the lives of cancer patients providing information to empower them to make informed decisions about their treatment. It’s vital that Daffodil Day reaches its ambitious fundraising target of €3.4million in order to continue to provide and expand this service and others. The society calls on the people of Louth to help support the campaign on Friday 22 March and ask people in Louth to volunteer, organise or donate on CallSave 1850 60 60 60 or visit www.cancer.ie/daffodilday. 

Funds raised on Daffodil Day go directly to providing information, care and support to those with, and affected by, cancer.