Our wonderful corporate partners support the Great Daffodil Appeal by selling daffodil pin badges, doing cause-related marketing and engaging staff in the appeal, among other things. Thank you for your support!
This year our partners include Superdrug, Morrisons, Brakspear, Hotter, Poundworld, Wyevale Garden Centres, Tesco, Greenyard, Clarks, The Edinburgh Woollen Mill, Spar, Savers, the National Garden Scheme, Gardman, Buckley London, Interstate Hotels, LV= and Homebase UK .
Pick up your daffodil in any branch of Superdrug, or join in with one of the many fundraising events taking place in stores on the weekend of 18-19 March. These include store collections, tombolas, makeovers and cake sales.
Superdrug will also be holding a 'takeover day' on 15 March when brilliant staff members will be collecting for Marie Curie all day long.
Morrisons are supporting the Great Daffodil Appeal for another year in 2018 by hosting collections in stores across the UK, and hope to raise at least £500,000! Look out for collector volunteers in all store entrances across the weekend of 8-10 March.
You will be able to pick up your daffodil pin in SPAR stores across the UK, and SPAR will also be supporting with a range of products donating to Marie Curie throughout March.
Brakspear pubs will be supporting the Great Daffodil Appeal for the second year running. They will be selling pin badges at the bar and hosting fundraising events.
Poundworld are supporting us once again by allowing our volunteers to host a bucket collection in stores, as well as offering pin badges at till points for customers to donate.
For the fourth year running, Wyevale Garden Centres are donating 10% of their sales from fresh-cut and potted daffodils. Staff are also hosting fundraising events throughout March.
We're delighted to announce our new partnership with Hotter . Hotter staff will support the Great Daffodil Appeal by hosting collections in their stores and encouraging customers to donate for a pin badge at till points. Look out for something exciting on sale in March, too!
Savers Health and Beauty are supporting the Great Daffodil Appeal once again by encouraging customers to donate for a pin badge at their till points.
Many National Garden Scheme gardens will feature dedicated daffodil displays that are open to the public throughout March. Visiting one is a perfect outing for friends and family.
Clarks will be supporting the Great Daffodil Appeal across its stores this March by hosting daffodil pin badges at the till and allowing customers to make a donation. Staff across their stores, head office and distribution centres will also be encouraged to support the appeal by wearing a daffodil throughout March.
Gardman has partnered with Marie Curie to help raise a further £200,000 in 2018 with their daffodil garden range. Products include a Daffodil Bird Feeder, Glass Daffodil Bird Bath and Garden Solar Light.
The EWM Group is supporting the Great Daffodil Appeal for the sixth year running by selling pin badges at the tills in all Edinburgh Woollen Mill, Ponden Home and Peacocks stores throughout the month of March. The group have raised over £130,000 for Marie Curie in the past six years.
Tesco and Greenyard Fresh Flowers (formerly Winchester Growers) have been supporting the Great Daffodil Appeal since 2012 through fresh-cut daffodils in store. Since then, they've raised an amazing £500,000 for Marie Curie.
Greenyard Fresh Flowers (formerly Winchester Growers) and Tesco have been supporting the Great Daffodil Appeal since 2012 through fresh cut daffodils in store and since then have raised over £500,000 for Marie Curie.
Marie Curie is delighted to have the support Interstate Hotels who will be selling daffodil pin badges in all Hotels this March.
Homebase UK will be taking part in The Great Daffodil Appeal for this first time this year. Look out for daffodil pin badges in store from the 19 March until 8 April. Look out for fundraising activities at your local Homebase store, too.
LV= is supporting the Great Daffodil Appeal for the first time this March and encouraging their staff to take part in collections around the country. Daffodil pin badges will also be available at all offices where colleagues will be organising their own fundraising activities to help support people living with terminal illness, and their families.