More than just your morning coffee: the coffee mornings to prepare for this year

Ever wondered how your morning coffee can make an even bigger difference than turning you from a walking zombie to a reasonable human being each morning? Then put these dates down in your diary.

21st-24th of June: Marie Curie’s Blooming Great Tea Party.

Combining some of the best things in life: coffee, tea, cake, cookies, scones and sandwiches and raising money for charity. Marie Curie wants you to get your bake on this June to raise money to help those diagnosed with cancer get the vital care they need. What better excuse do you need to get your friends, family or colleagues together and devour your weight in some of your favourite home bakes? They’re depending on your cuppa.

Sign up here to get your free pack.

July: Breast Cancer Care’s afternoon tea.

Throughout the whole month of July, Breast Cancer Care will be encouraging numerous coffee mornings with your favourite people. It’s an opportunity for you to have a laugh, share some treats and help raise money to support the 62,000 people diagnosed with breast cancer each year.

Sing up for your free kit here.

28th of September: Macmillan’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning.

Every coffee drunk on the 28th of September can help save lives with Macmillan. With M&S sponsoring it this year, it even gets you out of the baking part, so there’s no excuse  not to get everyone together to catch up over a cuppa. This coffee morning was so popular last year it raised over £27 million to help make sure the 1 in 3 people suffering with cancer don’t have to do it alone.

Make sure you don’t miss out this year by clicking here.  

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