The charity provided over 1,200 counselling sessions to people in the midlands.
A midlands woman who went through treatment for breast cancer last year is urging people to get behind the Irish Cancer Society on Daffodil Day.
Over 1,200 sessions of counselling have been provided to the Midlands by the charity according to their latest figures.
The sessions were provided through their remote counselling service, or through affiliate cancer support centres.
There were 506 in Offaly, 395 in Westmeath and 347 in Laois adding to a total of 1,248 in the midlands.
Clonbullogue's Noelleen Dempsey says the work done by the Irish Cancer Society fully justifies the support they'll get today.
Anyone who wishes to donate can do so here.