Wagga’s Trish Bouffler could not be prouder of her 20-year association with the Cancer Council.
She found volunteering at a time when she was struggling to make sense of cancer and what the disease had done to her daughter.
Mrs Bouffler’s daughter was diagnosed with breast cancer when she was 31 and died four years later.
Mrs Bouffler moved to Wagga from Lockhart and started volunteering for Daffodil Day.
“I wanted to help someone going through what we went through,” she said.
Mrs Bouffler now runs the Daffodil Day stall in Lockhart every year.
“It was something that hasn’t been out there and an area that hadn’t really helped before,” she said.
Daffodil Day merchandise is being sold across the city today.