Saturday, August 19th, 2017

Breast Cancer Awareness 
Tea and Fundraiser

Promoting Awareness Through Education
Supporting Survivors Through Fundraising

What is the
Breast Cancer Awareness Tea?

The Breast Cancer Awareness Tea and Fundraiser is one of the most anticipated and talked about fund raising events of its kind in the area.
Each year a theme is selected to create an event that continues to draw attention to educate on the importance of early detection and support those in need
with breast cancer.
This year, once again we will be rolling out the pink carpet to celebrate survivors as we enjoy a four-course tea.
This is one tea party that has truly become a tradition in the Metroplex

Get Involved

*Become an Event Sponsor

Through the generous donations of our sponsors, we are able to limit the expenses associated with hosting the Tea allowing more funds to reach the American Cancer Society
and those in need.

*Donate Now

Donations of products and services enable us to offer a wide variety of items in our Auctions
and can defer our costs for the Event.

*Host a Table

By volunteering to host a table,
you extend our mission to a wider
circle of supporters and friends

*Attend the Tea

Spend a delightful afternoon with family and friends, old and new. Your ticket purchase allows us to give hope, love and support to those in need.


"I was initially invited by a Girl Scout friend who knew I was a survivor. After the first time attending I was hooked and became a hostess and eventually joined the committee. This is my passion and it is one way I feel I can make a difference."

"I began working with the Breast Cancer Tea after a young lady very dear to our family was diagnosed with Breast Cancer and since being a part of this organization I have witnessed how many survivors and families have been touched by the Tea."

"My purpose was to help a great cause with my time, and a small donation. Now I realize that the reason for doing this is to support families going through this journey with cancer and to celebrate survivors for their courage and grace."