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Australia's Biggest Morning Tea
Australia's Biggest Morning Tea: Get your friends, family or colleagues together over video chat and raise a cuppa and important funds

Cancer Council Queensland is encouraging supporters to pop on the kettle and get creative with Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea by video chat.

With everyone social distancing and many people working from home, you can still support Queenslanders affected by cancer.

Get your friends, family or colleagues together over video chat and raise a cuppa and important funds.

Hosting a virtual Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea event on Thursday, 28 May is not only a great way to raise funds for those in need, but also means you can connect and catch up with loved ones during this difficult time.

While social distancing or working from home, it is important to be checking in on your loved ones.

Use your event as a reminder to still spend time with your friends and family.

Funds raised go to Cancer Council's vital work

Every cuppa poured and dollar raised enables Cancer Council Queensland to continue investing in lifesaving cancer research, prevention, advocacy and support programs.

Cancer Council Queensland chief executive Chris McMillan encouraged Queenslanders to raise a cuppa and get involved any way they can.

“One person is diagnosed with cancer every 20 minutes in Queensland – the length of an average morning tea break,” she said.

“Getting involved can be as simple as hosting an Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea over video chat or through making a donation.

“However, you can support the cause, you will be making a difference in the lives of 29,000 Queenslanders diagnosed with cancer each year.”

To donate or register to host an event, visit the website.

Hosts will receive a free kit with everything they need to make their morning tea a success.

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