ALDI urging customers to get behind Daffodil Day on March 24th
This year’s Daffodil Day takes place on March 24th and ALDI is proud to be teaming up with the Irish Cancer Society to help raise much-needed funds for the charity. Head to your nearest ALDI now to pick up a Daffodil Day Bumper Bouquet for just €3.79.An instant mood lifter that is sure to put a smile on anyone’s face, this gorgeous bouquet will be available in all ALDI stores nationwide with a donation of €0.50 from each purchase going directly to the Irish Cancer Society.
Daffodil Day is the Irish Cancer Society’s most important fundraising campaign with volunteers across the length and breadth of Ireland taking to the streets each year to shake buckets, sell merchandise and collect donations from the public. This year, Irish Cancer Society volunteers will be positioned outside ALDI stores nationwide to raise money (and smiles!) for an important cause.
Cancer takes from us every day. It takes big days, little days, and everything in-between. It replaces them with treatment days and recovery days. Daffodil Day is a day that will help take these days back from cancer. All funds raised will go towards offering free care, advice and support for cancer patients and their loved ones in addition to life-changing cancer research. Thanks to the generosity of the Irish public last year, the Irish Cancer Society was able to provide over 6,500 nights of end-of-life care to cancer patients in the comfort of their own home through their Night Nursing service. It also allowed the charity to reach out to people impacted by cancer through almost 35,000 conversations with the Freephone Support Line nurses and Daffodil Day Centre nurses. Donations also helped offer almost 17,000 free drives to bring patients to and from chemotherapy appointments.
For a bouquet that can brighten up your home, spread joy and make a valuable difference to cancer patients and their families, make sure to buy ALDI’s Daffodil Day Bumper Bouquet €3.79, available now in 155 ALDI stores nationwide.
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