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  • Get your school involved

    Schools just like yours can make a difference by signing up to raise awareness about cancer and contribute to life-saving cancer research. 

    Join us this Daffodil Day and turn your school yellow during the month of August.

    Ways to get your school involved:


    -    Yellow casual day 
    -    Sell fresh daffodils on 24 August 
    -    Hold a morning tea 
    -    Run a yellow-themed school disco 

    Simply register your school and we’ll set you up with educational resources, activities, merchandise and fundraising tips; these are designed for learning facilitators, children and families alike.


    Downloadable resources: 

    •    Colour in the daffodils

    •    Dress Yellow poster 

    •    Make your own daffodil 

    •    A3 Daffodil Day poster #1

    •    A3 Daffodil Day poster #2

    •    Talking to kids about cancer information booklet

     

    For more information, please contact our events team on 1300 65 65 85 or at events@cancersa.org.au


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