By Webteam - 12th June 2019 6:07am
Let's raise a cuppa! 24th June — 7th July
What is the NHS Big Tea?
The NHS Big Tea is an annual fundraising and awareness campaign with the aim of celebrating the NHS birthday on 5 July and recognising the vital work of NHS charities in supporting our health service.
In hospitals, in homes and in local communities across the country, everyone who loves the NHS is encouraged to come together with friends, family and colleagues to host a tea party and 'raise a cuppa' to the NHS.
How can you help?
Last year we were delighted to have lots of support from our local communities who held their own tea parties to celebrate and raise funds for MCH Charity. This year we would love to have even more tea parties (or related events) taking place throughout the campaign, which runs nationally between 24 June and 7 July.
Where can you sign up?
Complete and return the registration form (overleaf) to our office, or visit our website and complete the form online www.mchcharity.org click on the NHS Big Tea tab at the top of the page. Once you are registered we will send you your fundraising pack which contains everything you need to get started and support you with your fundraising.
If you use Facebook or Twitter please 'like' our pages (@mchcharity) and tag us in updates about your event. Please also use the national campaign hashtag so that we can monitor how successful this year's celebrations are #NHSBigTea
For more information please contact the charity team on 01270 273248 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
A copy of the fundraising registration form is available above.
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