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Berth serves up a Big Tea

02 Jul 2019

Berth serves up a Big Tea Image

By Alex Dalziel

On May 23, local restaurant Berth participated in Australian Cancer Council’s Biggest Morning Tea.

The New Quay venue hosted a morning tea and auction, which was attended by more than 100 people and raised over $20,000, exceeding all expectations and fundraising efforts from previous years.

During the event, two special guests from the Royal Children’s Hospital, Lea and Nick, shared their story of survival with attendees.

Additionally, comedian Gabriel Rossi from the Comic’s Lounge did a performance to start off the day.

Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea has been running every year since 1994. Last year alone the event raised over $3 million in Victoria and $11.3 million nationally.

Cancer Council Victoria CEO Todd Harper said Australia’s biggest morning tea hosts had an incredible impact on cancer outcomes over 26 years.

If you missed a morning tea and still want to contribute, you can donate directly at biggestmorningtea.com.au

 

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