Cancer comes to many people’s doors- Profile Developments and the Irish Cancer Society are raising funds for when it does.’
By partnering with the Irish Cancer Society, we aim to help people take their lives back from cancer.
Profile Developments has joined forces with the Irish Cancer Society with the aim of increasing awareness, helping support people affected by cancer and promoting cancer prevention.
The society’s research states that cancer patients and survivors often find it difficult to get a mortgage or meet expenses of their day-to-day needs, given the cost of living being at an all-time high.
If you’re keen to help make their lives better, there are a number of ways in which you can get involved.
Every year, Daffodil Day takes place in March and is the charity’s biggest initiative which sees thousands of volunteers selling flowers and Daffodil Day pins, and organizing fundraising events in their homes, local communities and workplaces. The funds go towards the development of life-changing research as well as providing vital cancer support services to cancer patients and their loved ones.
You can also help by:
Volunteers make it possible for the Irish Cancer Society to reach people affected by cancer, but there’s always room for more to be done. If you want to be a volunteer, you can help out in a number of ways including:
- Helping out an Irish Cancer Society charity shop
- Become a volunteer driver and bring patients to and from their chemotherapy appointments
- Signing up for Peer Support, Irish Cancer Society’s one-to-one programme where volunteers who had a cancer diagnosis in the past provide emotional and practical support to newly diagnosed patients.
Together, Profile Developments and the Irish Cancer Society want to increase awareness, promote cancer prevention and raise vital funds to support the Irish Cancer Society’s services, with all funds raised by Profile Developments going towards the society’s various campaigns, research and transport services.
Irish Cancer Society is a registered charity in Ireland (CHY5863) registered at 43/45 Northumberland Road, Dublin D04 VX65.