The 30th edition of
the Daffodil Ball

The Daffodil Ball’s 30th edition was an expression of light, where each burst inspired life, growth and hope.


For the 30th edition, the Canadian Cancer Society had the immense privilege to have the leadership of our illustrious event co-chairs.

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On the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the Daffodil Ball, I’m delighted to actively contribute to the successful efforts led by the Canadian Cancer Society in preventing cancer, which remains the leading cause of death in Canada. This disease affects us all, directly or indirectly, which is why Cogeco is so proud to champion this cause and to provide concrete support to those living with cancer. Philippe Jetté
President and CEO
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I’m proud to support the Canadian Cancer Society and to offer my own support and that of TD Ready Commitment in helping to create a brighter tomorrow for future generations. After losing loved ones to cancer and facing my own bout with the disease, I know how much these fundraisers facilitate research breakthroughs which allow more people to pursue their dreams. Sylvie Demers
Chair of the Quebec Market
TD Bank Group
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It is with pride and conviction that I agreed to co-chair the Daffodil Ball this year. Like several individuals, I have been impacted by cancer first hand and from far. Too many people are living with its effects and it is the reason why CGI chose to support the Canadian Cancer Society in its mission. Julie Godin
Co-Chair of the Board
Executive Vice President of Strategic Planning and Corporate Development
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Everyone deserves to be able to live and thrive in good health, so it was only natural for me to want to get involved with the Daffodil Ball, an amazing event that funds many innovative research projects benefiting people with cancer. It’s KPMG’s way of offering our full solidarity to those living with cancer. Benoit Lacoste Bienvenue
Regional Managing Partner
Province of Quebec

Thanks to the generosity of all our sponsors, major donors and benefactors, the Canadian Cancer Society is able to continue its mission and offer support programs to people affected by cancer so they live life to the fullest.

$42.1 million
Net amount raised since its inception in 1994.

Through its mission and the record donations from generous donors, the Daffodil Ball has set itself apart every year. It has turned into an annual must-attend event for business leaders who support the cause.

Join us for
the 31th edition of
the Daffodil Ball

April 18, 2024

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