From 1st April Cork company ‘Wm. O'Brien Public Storage’ will accept and store donations for the Irish Cancer Society’s Charity Shops at their Bishopstown based premises. This is an important development for the Society who rely on donations for the success of their shops.
Researchers funded by the Irish Cancer Society have found that switching off a specific protein in bowel cancer cells can stimulate an anti-tumour immune response which can reduce the spread of cancer to other parts of the body.
Today is the Irish Cancer Society 28th Daffodil Day, kindly supported by Dell. Over 3,000 volunteers will be all around the country selling Daffodils and organising events like coffee mornings and cakes sales, here’s an overview of some of the more unusual things happening today.
Today is Daffodil Day, Ireland’s longest running charity flagship day. Daffodil Day is in its 28th year. The Irish Cancer Society and Dell appeal to people across the country to buy a daffodil and support those affected by cancer in Ireland.