American Cancer Society Selling Daffodils Through February 5

JEFFERSON CO., Pa. – Spring is right around the corner – and so is the American Cancer Society Daffodil Days program!

The daffodil is the first flower of spring, the flower of hope for cancer patients and their families. Purchasing daffodils for friends, customers, and employees can brighten their days, desks, or dinner tables. Daffodil Days is a festival of hope, progress, and answers. Funds raised through the sale of daffodils benefit patient services, education, and prevention activities, as well as lifesaving research in Pennsylvania and throughout the country.

Companies, hospitals, schools, and individuals are encouraged to buy bouquets of beautiful daffodils. Each bunch of daffodils (10 flowers per bunch) is just a $10.00 donation, half cases (25 bunches) are a $250.00 donation, and a full case (50 bunches) is a $500.00 donation. Mini potted daffodils are available for purchase for $15.00, as well as the Gift of Hope for $25.00. Each Gift of Hope donation of flowers will be sent to local hospitals, cancer centers, and nursing homes.

When you buy a beautiful bouquet for yourself or for someone else, you’re helping support American Cancer Society research, education, advocacy and patient service efforts in our own community. It’s all part of the life-saving mission of the American Cancer Society.

Orders can be placed through February 5, 2018. Daffodils will be ready for delivery or pick up the week of March 18, 2018. Delivery will be available for orders of $250.00 or more.

To have an order form faxed to you, call 412-919-1100 Extension 1135.

To have an order form emailed to you, email [email protected]

Cash, checks, and credit cards are accepted, and all orders must be paid in full when the daffodils are ordered.


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