Looking for the perfect accessory to brighten up your wardrobe for spring?
Why not rock the Canadian Cancer Society’s Daffodil Pin?
In honour of its annual Daffodil Month, the organization created the Daffodil Pin as a way for Canadians to stylishly join the fight against cancer.
“To some, the daffodil is just a flower,” says Guy Laporte, Director of Toronto Revenue Development at the Canadian Cancer Society. “But to us, it is a symbol of strength and courage, a symbol of life. And now our fashion-forward Daffodil Pin is a symbol of solidarity with Canadians who are facing cancer.”
With proceeds going towards the Canadian Cancer Society, the pin helps fund research to outsmart cancer, and inform, support, and improve the lives of Canadians living with the disease.
The Daffodil Pins are extremely versatile, and can be worn several different ways to accessorize your outfit.
You can attach it to your lapel for a boost of colour, or pin it to your purse or hat for some extra charm. Feeling more creative? Collect several Daffodil pins to create the perfect spring belt, or go boho-chic by making a Daffodil headband.
The pins are available by donation throughout the month of April. To find the Daffodil Pin location closest to you, visit Fightback.ca.