Sweet or savoury?
Wednesday, 18th May, 2016
The BDT will be hosting a Biggest Morning Tea tomorrow and for one staff member it is a cause that is close to her heart.
BDT’s Cherie Carroll started organising the Biggest Morning Tea’s in 2009.
“That was the year my mother was diagnosed with breast cancer,” she said.
“But I’ve always thought it was a worthwhile cause.
“So many people have cancer or have had it.”
The BDT’s Morning Tea will be held in the front office foyer from 9.30am tomorrow.
“We have many staff members and other volunteers helping to contribute with baked donations,” Cherie said.
“We usually get a good turn out, we try to pick a busy day of the fortnight.
“We also encourage any members of the public to come in.
“Unfortunately there won’t be any seating.”
Cherie said there will be a large mix of sweet and savoury items available.
“We will have large things you can purchase or grab a plate of mixed food for $5,” she said.
“We always get a big supply of baked goods, so it normally goes until after lunch.”
Customers and members of the public are invited to drop by, say hello and enjoy a cake, sausage roll, quiche and biscuits.
Cancer Council’s Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea is a chance for Australians to get together and raise money for a great cause.
Any donations make a real difference in helping to fund Cancer Council’s vital research, prevention and support service programmes.