For a small fee of $10 these bright beauties can do a world of good for cancer patients and the American Cancer Society.

File photo by Jon Chase/Harvard Staff Photographer

Campus & Community

Daffodil Days are here again

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Flowers, donations to benefit American Cancer Society

Now in its 24th year, Daffodil Days has begun again at Harvard. Members of the Harvard community are invited to purchase fresh bouquets of daffodils for $10 to support the research and programs of the American Cancer Society. Other offers include a 10-inch collectible Boyds Bear with a bouquet for a donation of $25 or three potted multistem daffodil bulbs for $15. Affiliates may also make anonymous donations of bouquets to cancer patients or stuffed bears to children impacted by cancer. Donations for these start at $25, and can be made via check, money order, or online.

The last day to place orders will be March 1 and University Mail Services will deliver daffodils and other products on March 14.

Harvard is proud to be the top University seller in all of New England and has earned the prestigious honor for many consecutive years. All of the money raised is a direct result of the charitable giving of faculty, students, and staff. For more information, see Daffodil Days.