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Published: February 15, 2011

The CSULB community can participate in the American Cancer Society’s 2011 Daffodil Days national fundraising campaign to support cancer research and patient services.

Daffodils represent the first flowers of spring and symbolize hope for cancer patients. A variety of daffodil bouquets ranging from $10 to $100 can be ordered until Monday, Feb. 28, for delivery during the week of March 22. Since 1996, CSULB Staff Council has helped coordinate the campus campaign, which has raised more than $60,000.

In addition to funding medical research, the American Cancer Society supports a variety of services including medical appointment transportation, patient and family support groups, appearance workshops and products and a 24-hour cancer information hotline.

Daffodil Days

For more information or to find out how to place an order, go to the Staff Council website, or contact campus campaign coordinators Alma Smith, 49er Shops Inc., 562/985-5489; or Charleen Rice, Facilities Operations.