Follow the tea trend and save lives with the Eve Appeal

Follow the tea trend and save lives with the Eve Appeal

Follow the tea trend and save lives with the Eve Appeal

Following the current trend for holding tea parties in a retro style, the Eve Appeal is asking women to Make Time for Tea next March during Ovarian Awareness month. With tea parties being the latest in thing for fun filled and stylish entertaining, there has never been a better time to hold a tea party, as well as helping to save lives of women who we love.

Nearly 7000 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer every year in the UK, and of these 4300 will die. These are grim statistics, yet still both the awareness and funding of ovarian cancer is low. The Eve Appeal aims to change all this, and by taking part in their Make Time for Tea campaign you will be helping to fund the groundbreaking research that is needed to find a cure for this deadly female illness.

This year’s campaign, now in its eighth year, is being spearheaded again by our celebrity ambassador Lorraine Kelly. Says Lorraine “I can’t think of anything nicer than having a good old chinwag with the girls over a lovely cup of tea and a slice of cake – particularly when this little indulgence could make such a difference to ovarian cancer research.  Help out The Eve Appeal and hold a tea party…. it’s so easy I’ll be putting the kettle on myself – and loving a reason to get the best china out! “

Says Robert Marsh,CEO of The Eve Appeal “The simple truth is that women’s cancers still claim far too many lives.  You really can make a difference just by  putting the kettle on and hosting a tea party – at work, at home, at school, sports clubs and more. So come on ladies…, put on a fabulous frock and invite your friends or colleagues to have some tea and fun during March while raising much needed funds for all women”

For more information about hosting your own Make Time for Tea party, contact 020 7605 0100 or visit for a fundraising pack.


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