There’s still time to support Queensland’s fight against cancer with Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea. Queenslanders can host an Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea any time before June 30 to help raise funds for Cancer Council Queensland’s work in cancer research, prevention, and support.

“One Queenslander is diagnosed with cancer every 20 minutes. You can make a difference and show your support for those diagnosed by turning your tea break into a fundraiser,” said Cancer Council Queensland CEO Chris McMillan.

Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea is an easy way to raise funds, turning your usual morning tea break into a charity event.

It doesn’t need to be flashy or huge: a themed work break, a bake sale or a casual catch-up with friends can make all the difference.

“Whether you enjoy an English breakfast tea, early grey, peppermint tea or something more fruity — every cup counts,” said McMillan.

“Every cup poured offers much-needed hope to cancer patients, carers and loved ones affected by the disease.”

This year, Cancer Council Queensland hopes to raise more than $2.5 million through Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea.

“All funds raised through Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea support our work right across the state, ensuring that Queenslanders impacted by cancer have the support and care they need,” said McMillan.

Cancer Council Queensland is an independent, community-based charity, the achievements of which are made possible by the generosity of Queenslanders. Already, 4900 Queenslanders have ‘tea-ed up’ and raised over $1.5 million for the cause, but more support is needed.

To register an Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea event, visit the website or call 1300 656 585 to receive the free Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea host kit.

Read about YellowBridge QLD’s Biggest Morning Tea here.