Joel Turner, from Bella Coastal Property, is looking forward to a special day tomorrow (Friday, August 23).
Daffodil Day, the Cancer Council's most iconic fundraising event, will be held tomorrow and Joel is happy he will be supporting the event.
Joel will be setting up his regular Daffodil Day at the Milton IGA Supermarket from 9.30am to 3pm tomorrow.
He has been supporting Daffodil locally for close to six years.
"I am looking forward to supporting Daffodil Day and everyone, in some way, has been touched by cancer," he said.
Joel said the community always supports Daffodil Day.
The stall raises between $700 to $650 each year, which Joel rates as a great community effort.
People can buy their normal Daffodil Day products and cash donations can also be made.
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Meanwhile, Daffodil Day, this year, celebrates 33 years of turning Australia yellow and the Cancer Council aims to raise more than $4 million for cancer research through online donations.
More than 3110 volunteers will staff around 420 sites on Daffodil Day in NSW alone.
Shoalhaven residents are encouraged to get involved and show their support for anyone affected by cancer today by making a donation, wearing a daffodil pin or buying fresh daffodils at multiple sites throughout the community including at the Shoalhaven Cancer Care Centre, Coles, Stockland and Vincentia Marketplace.
To find your closest site, community members can call the regional office on 4223 0200 or donate online.
Cancer Council's Community Lead said they appreciate the community's support.
"We need the support of our communities to help us raise money for life-saving cancer research," Mr Plecas said.
" By donating on Daffodil Day, you're helping us get one step closer to a world without cancer."
Cancer Council is committed to reducing the burden of cancer and every day we are working towards our vision of a cancer-free future.
The group knows that one in two Australians will be diagnosed with a form of cancer by the age of 85.
Funds raised through the Daffodil Day Appeal will go towards funding cancer research, with the potential to find the next breakthrough in cancer treatment or detection. Go to www.daffodilday.com.au to make a donation.