Usually, the state member for Londonderry, Prue Car hosts a special Morning Tea each Daffodil Day, as so many in our community have been touched by cancer.
As many would be aware, this year sadly Prue Car herself has been going through her own cancer journey after a large tumour was found on her kidney.
“The Cancer Council has been second to none in the support and resources that have been made available to my family and I during this incredibly difficult time,” Ms Car said.
“I’m saddened that we couldn’t be together yesterday, raising money for this important cause, but I hope to hold an event when I return from leave.
“In the meantime, please consider donating to the Daffodil Day Appeal.
“Every dollar raised helps fund life-saving cancer research, cancer prevention and supports people affected by cancer.”
You can donate here: www.daffodilday.com.au/donate
Ms Car shared some memories from previous annual Daffodil Day morning teas over the years on her facebook page, including this photo which she said was “with my amazingly brave friend and colleague Sophie Cotsis.”