Mayor and Mayoress to host Biggest Morning Tea

Published: 30 May 2018 11:36am

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Mayor of the City of Wagga Wagga, Councillor Rod Kendall, will be holding a fundraising morning tea on Thursday 28 May at 10am to help raise funds for the Cancer Council’s Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea (ABMT).

Cr Kendall said the Biggest Morning Tea concept was a simple way to raise vital funds for the Cancer Council.

“One in two Australians are diagnosed with cancer by age 85, but every dollar raised helps fund the Cancer Council’s vital research, prevention and support service programs,” Cr Kendall said.

“Last year the Cancer Council raised more than $11.9 million to help beat cancer and the target for 2015 is $13 million.

“Just by making a donation and enjoying some scones and a cuppa we can all help make a difference.

The Cancer Council is hoping to get more than 36,000 people involved to host a morning tea this year. To register to host your own morning tea head to

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What: Mayor and Mayoress’ Biggest Morning Tea

Where: Civic Centre foyer, opposite Art Gallery

When: Thursday 28 May, 10am

According to the Cancer Council:

$5 can help give a newly diagnosed cancer patient important support and information resources for what’s ahead.

$10 can help offer easy, practical tips on recipes and lunch box ideas to encourage children to eat more fruit and veg to reduce their cancer risk.

$25 can go towards resources to help GPs and health professionals advise their patients about cancer prevention, screening and diagnosis.

$50 can help Cancer Council provide free and confidential information and support on all aspects of cancer through Cancer Council 13 11 20.

$100 can go towards helping a childcare centre or primary school join the National SunSmart Schools Program.

$250 can go towards paying an overdue bill for a family who hasn’t been able to work.

$500 can help fund ground-breaking research into new and better ways to prevent, diagnose and treat cancer.