This page contains resources to make the most of your Morning Tea.

The Morning Tea logo is available in three colours.

Available as a PNG file.

Available as a PNG file.

Available as an EPS file or PNG file.


We have printable PDF posters that you can use to invite people to your event and to announce how much you raised post-event.

Promo poster (PDF, 161 KB)

We raised poster (PDF, 214 KB)


The invite is available as a colour printable PDF (116 KB).

Host leaflet

The instructions to hosts on how to make the most of their morning tea is a fold-out leaflet this year.

Host leaflet (PDF, 2.9 MB).

Contact form

This printable form can be used to gather the contact details of guests at a Morning Tea so that Oxfam can send them further information.

Contact form (PDF, 0.27 MB)

Cake labels

These labels are perfect for providing information about the delicious goodies served at your morning tea, or for awarding winners of a bake off.

Cake labels (PDF, Seven per sheet, 0.4 MB).

School resources

We have fair trade classroom activities. These resources allow you to start a discussion between your students on the world food system and the role of fair trade.

Fundraising game

Use our 'From Crop to Cup' (PDF 0.5MB) fundraiser for an easy way to raise $75. Sell off pieces of a picture and draw a winner.


Print out our colourful bunting to make your Morning Tea very festive. Download the bunting (PDF, six sides per sheet, 0.2 MB)

Host media kit

Getting media coverage in your local area can be a great boost for your fundraising efforts. We have versions for schools and all other hosts.

Host media kit
Host media kit (PDF, 0.6MB)

Schools kit (PDF, 160 KB)


Donate now

Why choose Fair Trade? Watch the video.

Charity begins at home baking

Good Books

Buy a recipe book from Good Books and know that 100% of profit goes to Oxfam. Good Books’ range is huge and worldwide delivery is free, so your Morning Tea will taste great and do good.

The difference you make

$91 can organise training for 7 farmers to teach them how to process their tea harvest themselves; sharing experiences and knowledge concerning organic agriculture and access to local markets.