Cranmer House: Cancer Council Daffodil Day – Awareness Campaign THIS Thursday!

What: Cranmer House: Cancer Council Daffodil Day – Awareness Campaign.

When: National Daffodil Day – THIS Thursday 25 August 2022.

Where: Cranmer House Area.

Who: For Secondary School students.

Cranmer House is raising awareness around Cancer Council Australia’s National Daffodil Day.

Their students have folded origami daffodil flowers in our six house colours to give out to fellow students this Thursday.

They will also be hosting a house BBQ in the Cranmer area, so that Cranmer Wolves can ‘bring along a friend’ to help the Wolf Pack raise awareness for this great cause!

If you would like to donate directly to the Daffodil Day Appeal, to support advancements in life-saving cancer research, you can do so at this Official Cranmer Wolves Cancer Council Weblink HERE.


The Daffodil Day Appeal is the Cancer Council’s most iconic and much-loved fundraising campaign.

It’s a chance for Australians to come together and give, to create change in the lives of people impacted by cancer, by funding cancer research.

In 2021, the Daffodil Day Appeal raised almost $1.5 million for life-saving cancer research, but looked a little different.

Despite the global pandemic, Australians still dug deep and donated online to show their commitment to a ‘cancer free’ future.

This year, we’re asking for your essential support once more…

Sadly, with nearly 150,000 Australians diagnosed with cancer every year, most people have been touched by this heartbreaking disease.

That’s why we’re encouraging you to give hope by donating to the cause.

Daffodil Day falls on Thursday 25 August in 2022, but you can get involved any time throughout the month.