Shaw and Partners raises $16,000 during Australia's Biggest Morning Tea Foundation16 Jun 2021

In support of the Cancer Council Australia's Biggest Morning Tea, Shaw and Partners held events around the country raising a big total of $8,165. This amount was gift matched by the Shaw and Partners Foundation, taking the donation to over $16,000!

 

It was a morning tea like no other, with so many delicious treats and savoury goodies on offer, thanks to the great bakers of Shaw and Partners and to our regular caterers who also came to the party with some tasty donations.

 

Every dollar raised through Australia's Biggest Morning Tea helps fund Cancer Council’s life-saving research, prevention and support programs.

 

For more information on how donations make a difference to those impacted by cancer, go to Cancer Council’s Biggest Morning Tea website. https://www.biggestmorningtea.com.au

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