REDBANK Goodna Lioness Club members will soon turn the town yellow as they take part in one of Australia's most popular fundraising events - Daffodil Day.
The group of ladies will help brighten the lives of Queenslanders affected by cancer, selling fresh daffodils and merchandise at Redbank Plaza.
Redbank Goodna Lioness Club president Joan Cartner said members took part in Daffodil Day last year and urged locals to get behind the iconic event once again.
"Like everybody else in life, our group has been touched by cancer in some form or another," Mrs Cartner said.
"With a lot of our members sadly losing loved ones to the disease.
"I myself lost my husband to Leukaemia eight years ago - he also had bowel cancer at the time."
Cancer Council Queensland regional fundraising coordinator Emma Morrissey said community support was vital to making Daffodil Day a blooming success.
Ms Morrissey said peoples support would help grow hope for better treatments, more survivors and a cancer free future.
This Daffodil Day, Cancer Council hoped to raise $1.9 million across the state.
The fundraising event will take place this Friday. For more information or to donate visit www.daffodilday.com.au.