Hear from our incredible Afternoon Tea supporters and find tips to help you fundraise.
Afternoon Tea hints and tips
Whether you go Earl Grey or Yorkshire, crusts on or off, cream first or jam, we’ll be here for you every step of the way to help make sure your Afternoon Tea is fun and full of laughs.
We need your support, now more than ever. Find out why it’s so important to hold an Afternoon Tea for Breast Cancer Now.
We know that for some people it may be difficult to get together at the moment. But, thanks to technology, you can still share a cuppa with friends!
Our Afternoon Teas will have to look quite different this year, so we wanted to share some inspiration and tips to help you organise an Afternoon Tea and keep everyone safe.
Afternoon Tea supporter stories
We spoke to our lovely friends at Cath Kidston about all things Afternoon Tea.
After Jan finished treatment, she decided to give back and support Breast Cancer Now by hosting an Afternoon Tea.
After a close friend was diagnosed with breast cancer, Inderjit decided to support Breast Cancer Now and host her first Afternoon Tea.
After Allyson was diagnosed with breast cancer and was waiting for treatment, she decided to ‘go big’ and host an Afternoon Tea.
Denise fundraises in memory of her best friend who was diagnosed with secondary breast cancer. Last year, she hosted her first Afternoon Tea.
Following my nan's breast cancer diagnosis, I was inspired to host an Afternoon Tea. I wanted to do something fun and exciting whilst helping to raise awareness and make a difference.
Emma from Weston-Super-mare