American Cancer Society Daffodil Days needs volunteers
Friday, March 15, 2013
BOW – The American Cancer Society Daffodil Days needs volunteers to help prepare daffodil flower bouquets for delivery around the state. Before the flowers are delivered across the state, each bunch of flowers needs to be wrapped in green floral tissue. If you would like to help, volunteers will be working at 12:30 p.m. March 17 at Amoskeag Beverage, 510 Hall St. in Bow.
You will be working in a warehouse with a concrete floor so it will be chilly. Comfortable shoes and jackets are recommended. No volunteers under the age of 14 are allowed as there will be a forklift in operation where volunteers will be working. Refreshments will be available for everyone!
The daffodil is the first flower of spring, and the Society’s flower of hope. Funds raised support the Society’s mission to saves lives from cancer by helping people to stay well stay well, by preventing cancer or detecting it early; get well, by being in their corner through every step of their cancer experience; by finding cures, through groundbreaking research and treatment discoveries; and by fighting back, through influencing public policy. Local residents will have an early taste of spring, while raising funds to support American Cancer Society services to patients and families. Funds from Daffodil Days will help cancer patients and their loved ones stay well, get well, find cures and fight back against cancer.
If you are able to help, please send your name and email address via email to NHDaffodilDays@cancer.org or call Kelly Heinze at 471-4106 or Jessica Blais at 471.4104.