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Irish Cancer Society
Make a €5, €10, €20 or €50 Donation to the Irish Cancer Society on Daffodil Day
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- It's better to give than to receive.
- Donate €5, €10, €20 or €50 to the Irish Cancer Society's Daffodil Day campaign - today March 23rd.
- Show solidarity and support for people and families across the country affected by cancer.
- Raise essential funds for cancer nursing services and information.
- All money goes direct to the Irish Cancer Society with all GrabOne fees waived.
We know you love GrabOne because you can buy yourself stuff, but isn't it better to give than to receive? Yes, yes it is. Here's the perfect opportunity to invest a little cash into Daffodil Day the incredibly vital campaign to support cancer services, research and information awareness from the Irish Cancer Society.
Donate €5, €10, €20 or €50 to Daffodil Day, the Irish Cancer Society's annual campaign to show solidarity and support for people and families across the country affected by cancer. Daffodil Day marks an occasion for the nation to donate important funds and raise awareness for cancer research services and information.
You might not already know but one in three people in Ireland will develop cancer during their lifetime. A shocking statistic but with the important research, services and support provided by the Irish Cancer Society to both patients and their families, fighting cancer need not be so scary a battle.
Your donation will go towards supporting cancer support services including one-to-one support, counselling services and a Care to Drive service to help patients to and from appointments. The Society also provides financial support where necessary as well as providing a national helpline to give information, support and advice.
Cancer can be a scary prospect, but by supporting the Irish Cancer Society today - Daffodil Day, you can support a society, which aims to put a little bit of brightness and hope into the life's of those battling cancer.