Get a head start on spring and order daffodils to brighten up your office or house! The Office of Service Learning is sponsoring Daffodil Days, an event held each year to raise money in the fight against cancer.
You can give hope to people facing cancer and save lives by supporting the American Cancer Society Daffodil Days program. The Daffodil Days program is your chance to fight back against cancer by raising funds and awareness to help beat the disease.
While the Daffodil Days program involves offering daffodils every spring to donors in appreciation of their contributions, it is about more than just giving beautiful flowers—it is everyone’s opportunity to create a world with less cancer and more birthdays, where cancer never steals another year from anyone’s life.
The dollars you raise through the Daffodil Days program do make a difference. Your support allows the American Cancer Society to save lives and create a world with more birthdays by helping people stay well and get well, by finding cures, and by fighting back against cancer.
This year we will have a direct sale site on March 16–18, 2011, at the HUB Fitness Center Atrium.
Items can also be delivered anonymously to cancer patients at Indiana Regional Medical Center. Gifts of Hope are not delivered to specific cancer patients, nor are the donors’ names attached to the gift. Each Daffodil Days participant has the opportunity to donate a Gift of Hope to a patient.
Pre-order your items, and we can deliver to you or someone special to give hope! Call 724-357-2235 to place your order, or e-mail Vanessa Gregorakis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please submit the following to place an order (Note: Money is due at time of delivery):
If you wish to send your gift to a cancer patient at Indiana Regional Medical Center or someone special, please provide the following (Note: Money is owed at time of order, before delivery):
Volunteers will be able to assist by delivering your items to your departmental office and to Indiana Regional Medical Center.
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