The Irish Cancer Society relies on voluntary donations from the public for 95 per cent of the €20m raised each year. This infographic explains where that money - the money so generously donated and raised by the public - goes.
Recent controversies in the charity sector have resulted in intense scrutiny of the way charities are run. In this short video, the Irish Cancer Society's Head of Fundraising and Financial Controller outline how the Society spends the money raised on Daffodil Day and other fundraising efforts each year.
The Irish Cancer Society relies on donations from the public to deliver our services, so we are incredibly grateful to everyone who donated through the #NoMakeUpSelfie phenomenon, writes Irish Cancer Society Head of Fundraising, Mark Mellett.
Dell and the Irish Cancer Society have announced the availability of a free Daffodil Day smartphone app, which works on all platforms and has a range of exciting features including a location mapping function that empowers users to discover nearby Daffodil Day merchandise sellers in their area.
The smoking rate in Ireland is 19 per cent, according to new research carried out by Ipsos MRBI on behalf of the Irish Cancer Society. The poll showed that 81 per cent of smokers in Ireland want to quit and more than half of these plan to do so within the next three months.