American Cancer Society and Johns Hopkins Daffodil
The American Cancer Society and Johns Hopkins will be
joining forces to raise funds to help fight and prevent
cancer during March Daffodil Days on Thursday and Friday,
March 17 and 18.
The daffodil, selected in 1970 by the American Cancer
Society as a symbol of hope for those touched by cancer,
will be making its spring debut throughout the Johns
Hopkins' facilities and campuses. The annual flower sale
benefits cancer research, education, patient advocacy and
treatment and is sponsored by the ACS Mid-Atlantic
JHU volunteers will be selling bouquets and pots of
daffodils at the following locations: Bayview Medical
Center, Francis Scott Key Pavilion, cafeteria entrance;
Bloomberg School of Public Health, outside the East Wing
Auditorium; Homewood campus, Q-level of MSEL and the Wyman
Park Building; Johns Hopkins at Eastern, lower level, near
the cafeteria; White Marsh, Physicians Billing Service
reception area; Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center, lobby.
For more information, contact Matt Smith in the
Faculty, Staff & Retiree Programs at
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