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Ways to help

Your support and the support of our fantastic donors, fundraisers and volunteers helped deliver free information, support and care to over 1.2 million people in Ireland affected by cancer last year.

Irish Cancer Society cancels Daffodil Day collections and events due to coronavirus

The Irish Cancer Society has taken the decision to cancel all Daffodil Day street collections and events that were scheduled for Friday, 27 March 2020 as a result of the coronavirus.

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Ways to help

Ways to donate

The Society receives only 3% of its funding from the Government, so we rely on donations and funds raised to continue to provide cancer support and services and fund research.

Fundraise with us

Hold an event, take part in one of our campaigns or fundraise for us at the event of your choice!

Looking to lodge funds raised?

If you have taken part in an Irish Cancer Society campaign or event, or if you've held your own fundraiser in your community and have funds raised to send in, thank you!

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There are many ways to donate your time and experience to support our work. It doesn't matter where you live or how much time you have to volunteer, we have many volunteer opportunities to suit everyone.

Where your money goes

Each year thanks to the support of our fantastic donors, volunteers and fundraisers over 1.4 million people affected by cancer across Ireland are able to access free information, support and care. Because the Irish Cancer Society only receives 3% of its total funding from the Government, we rely on donations to help those facing cancer in Ireland.

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For more information

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