Community goes yellow for cause
More than a dozen people from Harvey and surrounds enjoyed a morning tea to celebrate Daffodil Day at the Harvey Community Resource Centre last Tuesday.
Daffodil Day is Cancer Council WA’s annual campaign that raises life-saving money for cancer research while turning the nation yellow for a day.
This year the Harvey CRC jumped on board encouraging the community to participate in the morning tea by wearing something yellow and bringing along a plate of food to share.
Guest speaker and Cancer Council South West regional education officer Shenae Norris also attended the morning tea and thanked the participants for their support.
“We really rely on the generosity of community donations and events like this to help fund our work,” Ms Norris said.
“Cancer is on the rise and we are trying to help people as much as we can, particularly in the local area.
“By supporting the Daffodil Day appeal, you’re helping us invest in cutting-edge, life-saving research to give Australians hope for a cancer-free future.”
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