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Big morning tea

28 Jun 2011

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Workers from VicTrack at 1010 building took part in the Biggest Morning Tea in May to raise money for cancer research.

The staff helped raise $418.85 for Cancer Council Victoria, while indulging in an assortment of morning tea goodies on Friday, May 27.  

There were cupcakes, muffins, brownies, sponge cake, biscuits and many more sweet delicacies as well as plenty of tea for the workers.     

The Cancer Council was hoping to raise $11 million from this year’s Biggest Morning Tea, $1 million more than last year’s event.

A VicTrack spokesperson said: “As one in every two Australians will be diagnosed with cancer before the age of 85, every dollar helps in supporting those affected by cancer, and their families, and also finding a cure.”

VicTrack management said it was grateful to the staff who helped provide a wonderful morning tea for their colleagues.

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