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New Zealand’s Biggest Morning Tea

New Zealand’s Biggest Morning Tea


Tuesday 20 May, 2014


You are invited to attend New Zealand’s Biggest Morning Tea!

Join us on Thursday 22 May, and raise your cup for New Zealand’s Biggest Morning Tea to help the Cancer Society raise vital funds for people affected by Cancer. The morning teas are being hosted in conjunction with Ryman Healthcare and will be held at 25 of their villages throughout New Zealand - simultaneously at10.30am. Over 5500 clients and 2500 staff will make sure the inaugural New Zealand’s Biggest Morning Tea is a success!

The Cancer Society will be on hand at all events to help host and we extend a warm welcome to attend this special event. All you have to do is RSVP to be part of the fun-filled occasion and help create New Zealand’s Biggest Morning Tea!

To find the closest venue near you visit http://www.rymanhealthcare.co.nz/images/NZBMT_A3_Poster.pdf
or contact the local Cancer Society www.cancernz.org.nz .

This is the first time the Cancer Society has brought the event to New Zealand and there couldn’t be an easier way to help make a difference. From 2015 the Society will launch New Zealand’s Biggest Morning Tea nationwide, appealing to individuals, businesses and members of community groups to host a morning tea.

Every year the Cancer Society helps thousands of New Zealanders affected by cancer because we believe it’s a journey that no-one should go through alone. The money raised (attendance is by donation) will support the Society’s support services (including the Cancer Information Helpline 0800 226 237), health promotion programmes and world-class research.

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