Mother’s Day Afternoon Tea Fundraiser for Coffs Harbor Pregnancy Care – News Of The Area


Pregnancy Care Volunteers from Coffs Harbor, (lr) Jan, Gwen, Lynn, Trish, Carolyn, Ann, Sue (absent, but very present: Cate, Marie, Louise, Maureen).

GROSSESS Care Coffs Harbor is hosting their annual Mother’s Day Afternoon Tea, proudly supported by the Sawtell RSL Club, on Saturday May 8th.

The charity’s fundraising event celebrates motherhood and includes a fashion show hosted by the local boutique, Beaches at Sawtell.

Kim Holt, Beaches Boutique Owner, loves this kind of opportunity to support the community.

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“We have recruited some lovely local ladies who will model our new fall / winter outfits.”

Nambucca Beach Holiday Park, Blooms the Chemist Toormina, Sugar Plum Cakery, Carolyn Toscan Hairdressing and Flowers on First donated fabulous prizes in the raffle.

In addition to the afternoon, a fun auction of framed acrylic paintings and quilts handcrafted by local artisans.

Pregnancy Care Coffs Harbor President Carolyn Mash said, “Our goal is to support pregnant women and their families, so Mother’s Day weekend in May is a great time of year to celebrate Mother’s Day. maternity.

“We hope the community will support us again this year and join us in the club’s Princess Room, for a relaxing afternoon with friends over a cup of tea,” Carolyn said.

“100% of the money raised during this activity will be spent on direct practical help to mothers and their babies in our community. “

Tickets remain at $ 25 per person and are available online and through the Sawtell RSL Club.

Pregnancy Care Coffs Harbor Inc, is a voluntary organization that supports pregnant women and their families, within the community of Coffs Harbor, in need of a helping hand.

Self-funded and relying heavily on grants, donations and fundraising income, the association strives to meet the needs of mothers who struggle financially to provide for their newborns and infants.

“Our reach to date includes families (including newcomers resettled to Australia) in Coffs Harbor, Sawtell, Toormina, Bellingen, Dorrigo, Urunga, Woolgoolga, Nambucca and Macksville,” Carolyn said.

“In the past 12 months, we have supported 34 families with material assistance such as car seats, strollers, cradles, beds / mattresses and many sundries necessary for the well-being of a baby.


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