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Host a Morning Tea for Culture

This year, host a Morning Tea for Culture and help raise funds for Aboriginal children in care!

Get your friends, workplace, school or sporting group together to learn more about Aboriginal culture and how you can help support Aboriginal children in care. Our team will be on hand to help you along the way, from planning your morning tea to spreading the word and tips for fundraising.

Register to host a Morning Tea to access your free resource pack, which includes a significant dates poster and information on how to increase your cultural knowledge, our cultural programs, self-determination and treaty. You can also access our host guide which includes lots of tips to make your fundraising a success, plus fun activities like colouring in sheets with information about cultural food practices - great for all ages!

REGISTER to host a morning tea 

When you participate by hosting a Morning Tea, you’re helping to fund our cultural programs help children in care remain close to culture and stay safe, protected and strong. A strong connection to culture, country, community and family is critical for Aboriginal children in care to ensure a sense of wellbeing and identity - to know who they are, who their people are and where their country is. A strong culture builds a sense of self-esteem, resilience, and improved outcomes in health, education, economic stability and community safety in our Aboriginal communities.

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Last year VACCA supported over 6,000 Aboriginal children, youth and family members across Victoria. The funds you raise will make a difference to Aboriginal children in care and vulnerable families – every dollar counts.

Thank you for your support.

Know a friend or workplace who are hosting a morning tea, and want to find their fundraising link? Search for it here.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be aware that this website may contain images, voices or names of deceased persons in photographs, film, audio recordings or printed material. To listen to our Acknowledgement of Country, click here.