ANZ CEO Antonia Watson says: “We’re proud of the 30 years we have been helping the Cancer Society support those who have experienced cancer, either themselves, their family, friends or loved one.
“Donating via the Digital Daffodil is easy. It features a QR code to scan, something which people are well used to in the current environment.
“We’re committed to fundraising for the Cancer Society because cancer doesn’t stop. We’ve tried to make it easier for people to donate because they may not be reminded by seeing a collector on the street.”
People can also visit the ANZ website to download and print a Digital Daffodil to put up outside their home and become a Daffodil Day community champion.
“We’re encouraging New Zealanders to put one on their letter box, window or fence so people on their daily walks will be able to donate. I encourage anyone who is able to, to donate, because every donation makes a difference,” Ms Watson says.
2020 marks the 30th year ANZ has supported Daffodil Day, having raised more than $20 million for the charity since 1990.
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