Cup Cake Morning Tea Fundraiser

Children of Phoenix Organisation invites you to please help us by hosting a cup cake morning tea fundraiser on Wednesday, September 9th to coincide with Child Protection Week, September 6th to 12th 2015.

Cup Cakes cost $5 each and are individually hand-made and iced and Children of Phoenix volunteers will deliver them to your work place OR host a morning tea with your own cup-cakes and raise funds for a great cause. Every dollar raised goes towards funding our scholarship programs.

If you cannot order out cupcakes please consider hosting your own morning tea to raise funds for our charity. We are a volunteer based organisation so every dollar goes to support our scholarship program.

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