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Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea at Ray White Maroochydore

By Dan Sowden

The team of Ray White Maroochydore came together on Friday 25th May over a ‘cuppa’ in the hope of doing their bit for cancer research.

The Cancer Council’s Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea is held annually and encourages participants to share morning tea and donations to help aid Australian cancer research.

Business Sales Administration Manager, Bron Smith was the driving force behind the Friday morning event.

Ms Smith said “This morning’s fundraiser was just one in a pool of morning teas organised by myself and my mother to try and raise funds in memory of my father who passed away from cancer recently.”

Ms Smith’s mother will appear at a gala dinner held by the Cancer Council as a guest of honour for her fundraising efforts.

Several staff members volunteered to contribute delicious home made baked goods. All staff members were invited to participate for the cost of a gold coin donation.

This support will raise vital funds for the Cancer Council, with all donations contributed to cancer research, prevention and support services within Australia.

Anybody interested in donating or holding their own Biggest Morning Tea can find further information on The Cancer Council Website: http://www.biggestmorningtea.com.au/

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