The year’s Biggest Morning Tea saw Centennial’s Western Operations and regional office raise over $7500 towards one of the Cancer Council’s most popular fundraising events.
Centennial was the third highest fundraiser in the region with Clarence, Angus Place and the Cottage all putting on a spread to help raise money.
While Clarence and Angus Place held traditional BBQ’s across the Day and Night shifts, the Cottage took on a whole new approach to providing morning tea with the theme of organic produce.
“This year all the food was home cooked using only organic ingredients. The use of organic ingredients was just a different way to raise awareness and to put the focus on one preventative measure to prevent cancer- and that’s a balanced diet,” said Centennial’s Emily Caine.
This year, the Cancer Council’s Biggest Morning Tea celebrates its 20th year, and has so far raised an incredible $110 million in total to help beat cancer.