April is daffodil month in support of those living with cancer. It’s a cause close to my heart. My mom is a cancer survivor and my sister died of cancer in 2005. In support and remembrance of them, I made some fondant daffodils to go on top of cupcakes. Anything we can do to help support the search for a cure is a great thing.
I went to the Canadian Cancer Societies Fightback website and got the following list of things we can do to support daffodil month.
- Tell a loved one or friend with cancer that you are thinking of them and let them know about the Society’s information and support programs.
- Do something special for someone you know with cancer (for example, make a meal, do an errand, babysit).
- Contact your provincial or local politicians to voice the importance of fighting back against cancer and tell them how they can join with the Society in this fight.
- Make a presentation in your community to help raise awareness about how Canadians can fight back against cancer.
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Erna is a happily married stay-at-home mom to three beautiful children. She fell in love with cake decorating after taking some local cake decorating courses. She is a hobby baker and decorates cakes for her family and friends. Erna continues to do what she loves by working a few hours at a local bakery (P.S. Cake Designs).