Make your cuppa count
THIS May, thousands of Queenslanders raised a cuppa for a cancer free future, supporting our 27th Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea fundraising campaign.
I would like to thank the countless Queensland residents, community groups and workplaces that made their cuppa count – not by simply hosting an event, making a donation or buying merchandise – but for truly giving hope to the 29,000 Queenslanders diagnosed with cancer each year.
One in two Queenslanders will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime and all funds raised from Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea support our vital work in cancer research, prevention and support.
From hosting virtual morning teas with loved ones to businesses delivering delicious morning tea goodies to locals, the campaign has looked a lot different this year.
Queenslanders have shown their incredible giving spirit and support for those impacted by cancer, especially during the current global pandemic.
I would also like to thank the many journalists and editors across Brisbane for their standout coverage and promotion of Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea activities.
This promotion is vital for the success of our campaign and I thank you for your fantastic support.
If you haven’t hosted a morning tea yet it’s not too late. Queenslanders can host an Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea across June.
To register, donate or bank funds, please visit www.biggest morningtea.com.au.
Chris McMillan, Cancer Council