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Cancer Council’s Biggest Morning Tea: A Sweet Success

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Imagine a morning filled with laughter, camaraderie, and a whole lot of deliciousness—that’s exactly what went down at DPM’s recent Big Morning Tea event in support of the Cancer Council, and it was nothing short of spectacular! ☕

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Our team came together for a feast fit for champions, featuring an array of mouth-watering treats including cupcakes, slices, sausage rolls, and sandwiches.

But this wasn’t just any ordinary tea party; it was a chance for us to make a difference while having a blast!

To ramp up the excitement, we hosted a raffle with some seriously awesome prizes up for grabs: luxurious T2 and Frank Green tea packs, our team eagerly bought raffle tickets, all in the name of charity.

Drumroll, please! 🥁 

Congratulations to Kirsten and James, the lucky raffle winners who scored some swanky new tea gear.

We’ve heard they’re great for those cold, early morning commutes.

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Thanks to everyone’s generosity, including a generous donation from DPM, we’re thrilled to announce that we raised $1,453 for the Cancer Council—a fantastic achievement in support of cancer research and support services. But beyond the numbers, this event was a celebration of unity and making a positive impact in our community.

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As we reflect on the event, we’re grateful for the chance to make a positive impact and look forward to continuing our support for worthy causes in our community.

Cheers to tea, treats, and hope for a brighter future in the fight against Cancer.

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