YOU CAN HELP: Kelly Hutton and Karyn Redmond are organising a Biggest Morning Tea to help raise money for the Cancer Council.
YOU CAN HELP: Kelly Hutton and Karyn Redmond are organising a Biggest Morning Tea to help raise money for the Cancer Council. Chris Ison Rokctea

Fundraiser gets glamorous for good cause at big morning tea

KARYN Redmond and Kelly Hutton are popping the kettle on to raise money for cancer research.

The pair will host an Australia's Biggest Morning Tea event on Sunday, May 25 from 10.30am at the Frenchville Sports Club.

Australia's Biggest Morning Tea supports the Cancer Council, with money going to patient care and cancer research.

"Slip on some heels, dust off the pearls and freshen up your lipstick, it's time to get glamorous," Ms Redmond said.

"This is the chance to gather your girlfriends and come along for a day out in support of a great cause."

The event will include a range of entertainment including a fashion parade as well as prize draws for guests.

"We hosted a morning tea last year for a few mothers and we raised quite a bit, so this year we wanted to do something bigger for the entire community, and raise even more," Ms Redmond said.

Cancer Council Queensland Fundraising Coordinator Jessica O'Neill said every cup counted in the fight against cancer.

"Cancer Council Queensland has been making a real difference in the lives of Queenslanders affected by cancer, thanks to the wonderful support of people like Karyn and Kelly, and their communities," she said.

If you'd like to join Karyn and Kelly's morning tea, book a ticket by calling 0438 148 472 or 0429 882 626.

Tea time

When: Sunday, May 25 at 10.30am

Where: Frenchville Sports Club function room

To book: Tickets must be purchased by calling Karyn on 0438 148 472 or Kelly on 0429 882 626.



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