Make your brew count for everyone affected by bowel cancer
Join with others over a cup of tea to help stop people dying of bowel cancer
Everyone loves a cuppa! Despite the coronavirus pandemic, you can still make yours count by holding a Brew Together event this summer.
How about a tea party with scones, strawberries and cream for a few friends in your garden or local park? Or if you’re working from home, invite your colleagues to take part in a virtual tea break with everyone making (or buying!) their favourite childhood cake. If your family loves to bake then how about getting competitive with your very own Great British Bake Off?
Whether you’re meeting in person or online, your cuppa and a piece of cake can help to fund our vital services and lifesaving research to help stop people dying of bowel cancer. Simply ask all your friends and family to make a donation and then sit back and enjoy a catch up over your Brew Together.
Please make sure you’re following the latest Government guidelines for social distancing when you hold your event.
Sign up for Brew Together and let us know about your tea-riffic event.
Thousands of people will experience a delay in diagnosis and treatment due to coronavirus and, at a time when our services are needed more than ever, we’re facing a drop of income of around 40%. Your Brew Together event will ensure we can save lives and improve the quality of life of all those affected by bowel cancer.
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Get inspiration from Jackie, Beverley and 10 year old Amber
"When I read about Brew Together, I thought to myself how that would be much easier than running a marathon to raise funds."
"I realised that the only way to still do this event would be to hold my Brew Together virtually and so I invited people to my virtual birthday bash. I invited friends and family to contact me either on by phone, social media, Skype, or Facetime and share a cuppa and a chat with me on what would have been Mums 69th Birthday."
"I would like to tell you the story behind the stall I held on Friday 15 November 2019. It all started when I found out my beloved Nan had bowel cancer."