Rossland daffodil campaign a success

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We are very grateful for your support and wish to thank you for joining us in the fight for life."

The Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) is leading the charge in the fight again all cancers – of which there are more than 200 different types.  Every three minutes, another Canadian is faced with a cancer battle.  It’s likely the disease has affected almost everyone, be it a personal diagnosis or that of a loved one.  With the support of our volunteers, donors and community partners we are funding the most promising cancer research, offering vital support to those living with cancer, educating Canadians about early detection and advocating for healthy public policies.

The Canadian Cancer Society’s continued impact in the fight for life would not be possible without our ongoing support of volunteers, donors and community partners in Rossland.  Thanks to the generosity of donors in Rossland during April 2014 campaign, $2020.00 of fresh daffodils were sold and $14,700.00 was pledged at the door.

We are very grateful for your support and wish to thank you for joining us in the fight for life.  Together we can change cancer forever.

Mary HatlevikUnit Leader, Canadian Cancer SocietyRossland

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