The Ball is finally back!
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The 29th annual Daffodil Ball
After two consecutive years without being able to gather, we’re pleased to announce that the Daffodil Ball is back. This event is a unique opportunity to come together and enjoy an exceptional evening while raising money that will fund innovative research projects in Quebec. Every spring, the Canadian Cancer Society rallies everyone in the country around its Daffodil Campaign. The daffodil’s sunny symbol serves as a meaningful reminder that we must come together to bring hope to those living with cancer.
The name of this blonde and blue-eyed young girl is Olivia Gatien, a childhood cancer survivor. Having seen firsthand what cancer patients go through, Olivia’s family donates to CCS every year to support research, which is what allowed Olivia to go into remission. Despite her young age, Olivia is grateful to be alive and for the scientific breakthroughs that made it possible. Oliva plans to keep dancing, drawing, and practicing karate as an ode to her being alive, surrounded by her family and friends.