Until April 23, 2016, when you pay a visit at any LCBO location, don’t forget to make a donation to the Canadian Cancer Society. Every thing counts as you’ll be saving lives. All the funds LCBO raises during Daffodil Month will be given to the¬†community-based organization that assist cancer patients with support services in the province of Ontario.

The team at the Dupont and Spadina LCBO store in Toronto join Susan Drodge (far left) of the Canadian Cancer Society to kick off Daffodil Month pin sales efforts at the LCBO'-s more than 650 stores across Ontario. (CNW Group/Canadian Cancer Society (Ontario Division))
The team at the Dupont and Spadina LCBO store in Toronto join Susan Drodge (far left) of the Canadian Cancer Society to kick off Daffodil Month pin sales efforts at the LCBO’-s more than 650 stores across Ontario. (CNW Group/Canadian Cancer Society (Ontario Division))

 

Wear your Daffodil on your jacket, sweater, or knapsack. You’ll be spreading Cancer awareness in the community!

Until April 23, 2016, Help Save Cancer Patients By Donating to the LCBO

The Canadian Cancer Society wants you to know that when you buy a Daffodil pin at one of the donation boxes for the Society’s annual Daffodil Month, you are helping those who have been diagnosed with, or passed away from cancer.

Remember a $2 or $5 donation goes a long away.”We are very thankful for the support of LCBO customers and staff during Daffodil Month,” says Susan Drodge, Director of Corporate and Community Partnerships for the Canadian Cancer Society in Ontario. “Through this partnership, we are able to raise significant funds for research and community-based support programs, including providing patients with rides to their treatments.”

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Until April 23, 2016, visit any LCBO and make a donation to the Canadian Cancer Society and help those who have been diagnosed with Cancer in Ontario.

 

Last year in 2015, the Canadian Cancer Society helped 47,000 Ontarians through its support programs. The charity needs the assistance as the number of cancer cases is expected to rise by 40 per cent by 2030 because of Canada’s aging population. So every dollar counts! If you would like more information about the Canadian Cancer Society or make a donation, click here.

Are you going to make a donation to the Canadian Cancer Society at the LCBO? ¬†We’d love to hear from you!