Cancer Council’s Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea

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The World’s Biggest Morning Tea is Thursday, May 19, but you can host anytime that suits you in May or June.

Once your date is set, start planning your tea and send out your invites.

Every dollar you raise is going to make a difference to Territory cancer patients.

To register go to: www.biggestmorningtea.com.au

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from NT News 20.4.22

THE official day for the World’s Biggest Morning Tea is Thursday May 19, but you can host anytime that suits you in May or June.

Once your date is set, start planning your tea and send out your invites.

You’ll find heaps of resources in your online fundraising hub to make everything easy no matter what kind of morning tea you choose.

To register go to: www.biggestmorningtea.com.au

It’s your morning tea, and you can host it any way you like! You can host at home with friends and family, at the local park with your community, or via online video chat with your colleagues.

Every dollar you raise is going to make a difference to Territory cancer patients.

Register to receive your free host kit which gives you access to great tips, tools and ideas to help make raising funds and organising your morning tea a piece of cake!

People impacted by cancer need your support now, more than ever. So, register now, and host your tea your way!

Cancer Council NT provides nursing support, prevention education and advocacy for cancer patients and their families across the Northern Territory.

We fundraise 83% of our budget every year. Our nurses provide one on one patient support and counselling, and our services are available to anyone touched by cancer.

“Every person who fundraises or attends an event, or volunteers on our programs – becomes part of the fabric that supports cancer patients and their families through their treatment,” Ms Tanya Izod, Chief Executive Officer of Cancer Council NT said.

Knowing that every cuppa will make a difference to those impacted by cancer, is sure to make your morning tea a tea-riffic time!

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