Hosting your own Morning Tea

Morning Teas are easy to organise and great fun to host. Be as creative as you wish or keep it simple. Gather your friends, family and work mates and simply put the jug on!

1. Sign up

Sign up online and create your own Morning Tea fundraising page which you can invite colleagues, friends and family to.

You’ll need to create a myOxfam account. Why? So you can make the most of being an Oxfam New Zealand supporter. Like a one-stop shop for all your Oxfam activities, myOxfam allows you to do everything from creating your own fundraising event page to tracking your donations and updating your details.

Already registered with Oxfam? Login first, then register your Morning Tea event.

2. Invite

Invite your guests and spread the word! There are many ways you can invite your friends, family and workmates: print out event invitations from our website, create a Facebook event or simply call your guests to let them know the details of your Morning Tea. You can also advertise your event with our posters which you can download from our website.

When inviting your guests, it’s time to rustle up some support.  Tell friends, family and anyone else who’ll listen about your Morning Tea event and what inspired you to organise it.  Invite them to check out your fundraising page, where they can donate and leave messages for you.  Keep them in the loop with social media updates.  Don’t be shy: shout it from the rooftops that you’re putting the jug on to help end injustice and poverty.

3. Put the jug on

What are you waiting for? Sign up today or login first and register your Morning Tea event.

Need help? No worries, just give us a call on 0800 OXFAM NZ or email morningtea@oxfam.org.nz.

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