During March, which is Nutrition Awareness Month, and throughout the year, the Canadian Cancer Society encourages you to make healthy choices – eat better and be more active, for example – to help reduce your risk of cancer.
Meet Joy Sluser, who has coached Canadian Cancer Society volunteers and staff on how to incorporate physical activity and healthy choices into their work and events.
Volunteers are urgently needed leading up to and during Daffodil Month this April.
We live in a province where volunteerism is so much a part of us that it is a way of life. Saskatchewan consistently ranks the highest among other provinces in volunteerism rates. No wonder. Our geography, climate and pioneering spirit have shaped how we approach volunteerism as a given – and a necessity.
Thank you to the volunteers who make Daffodil Days and Daffodil Month a success every year.
When you donate as little as 2 hours, you help make a difference for people living with cancer. If you have some time to spare, please consider:
- coordinating daffodil flower sales in your workplace
- selling daffodils at a public location
- delivering and picking up flowers or pin boxes
- packaging flowers or pin boxes
- canvassing door to door in your neighbourhood
Let us know how you would like to volunteer your time this year.