Volunteers needed for Daffodil Days
Friday, January 11, 2013
BEDFORD – The American Cancer Society is seeking volunteers for Daffodil Days, a program to welcome spring and help raise money and awareness to fight cancer. Offer hope to cancer patients by volunteering to assist with event planning and development in your community.
In appreciation for their contribution to Daffodil Days, donors receive daffodil bouquets or may also choose to send anonymous Gifts of Hope to cancer patients in treatment. It is about more than just giving flowers; it is an opportunity to share hope for a world where cancer never steals another year from anyone’s life.
The American Cancer Society Daffodil Days volunteers will work in event planning, promotions and sales, and assist with coordinating daffodil orders through March 1. Volunteer support for daffodil deliveries is also needed the week of March 18.
Daffodil Days is the perfect way to fight back against cancer in New Hampshire. Only through local support can the Society continue its lifesaving work to help those touched by cancer, empower people to fight back against this disease, and save more lives.
The American Cancer Society offers free services to cancer patients such as Look Good Feel Better, a program that teaches female cancer patients hair and make-up tips to help them cope with the appearance-related side effects of cancer treatment; Road to Recovery, free rides to cancer treatment; and Hope Lodge, a home-away-from-home for those receiving medical care. The American Cancer Society offers free cancer information all day, every day, through 1-800-227.2345 and cancer.org.
To volunteer with the Daffodil Days program, contact Kelly Heinze, development executive, at the Bedford, New Hampshire office of the American Cancer Society at 471-4106 or firstname.lastname@example.org.