Community Support –  Daffodil Day


This year, we took Daffodil Day to four campuses over two days, with the aim of raising $500 for the Cancer Council to help fund research into cancer cures.

We held Daffodil Day at Mawson Lakes and Magill on the 23rd of August, and at City East and City West on Daffodil Day itself, Friday the 24th of August.

It is our absolute pleasure and delight to announce the success of these events, with our $500 target surpassed by more than we could have dreamt possible. With the support of the University, Golden Key members and University students, we raised more than $1,500 for the Cancer Council! 


The Committee would like to thank everyone for the support they gave—time, volunteering, organisation, monetary or simply word-of-mouth through liking social media posts. We could not have done it without you, and we are proud that we are able to hand these funds directly to the Cancer Council to fund cancer research and treatment.

The Daffodil Day event is not just designed to tick off the Golden Key pillar of service so we’re practising what we preach, but comes from the heart; your Community Service Officer Kitty is very passionate about the Cancer Council’s efforts, and it shows!