The annual CANSA Tea remains one of the highlights on our calendar – and this year we are continuing the excitement, competition, prizes and gifts that are associated with the occasion. In collaboration with our amazing partner, SPAR, we once again give hostesses and hosts the opportunity to showcase their talents and raise much needed funds for CANSA, continuing our focused support for all affected by cancer. We are also excited to announce our new media partner, Maroela Media, supporting our campaign.
Date: 26 October 2022 – Pretoria,
Venue: Colosseum Reale, Roodeplaat
Programme: 09:00 to 13:15
Motivational Speaker: Yolanda Bukani (Cancer survivor)
Guest Artists: The Muses
Mistress of Ceremonies: Donna Lee Roberts
Special Guest: Willem Botha
SPAR will again this year be the driving force behind our CANSA social event. In light of last year’s amazing virtual event success, we are more than ever aware of your creative flair and skill. What makes this year extra special, is that we will meet in person at our new venue.
Hostesses and hosts will set a table and provide teatime treats for their guests.
Hostesses and hosts will do their table setting on Tuesday, 25 October 2022 from 8:00 – 18:00.
Upon your arrival, please register at the registration table where you will receive your information package and gift bags for each of your guests which SPAR will provide.
- All tables must be set by 17:00.
- Judging is from 15:00 to 19:00.
Experts in the various specialities have been approached and selected to do the judging as per the main criteria. Based on this, various prizes will be awarded as per the category winners.
Information regarding the setting of the table:
The venue provides the following:
- 1 Round table (1.8 m)
- 10 chairs and covers (white)
- White table cloth
- 1 Long table (5m)
- 16 chairs and covers
- Urns with boiled water (own kettles and urns are not allowed)
The Hostess provides:
- Own tablecloth
- Own table decor
- Own cutlery and crockery
- Flowers and centrepieces
- Teatime snacks (minimum of two sweet and two savoury treats)
- Own tea, coffee and juice
Note: SPAR has been the main sponsor for the CANSA Tea for the past 14 years, and therefore we make a special request that no competitive brands (for example, Woolworths, Pick ‘n Pay or Checkers) be displayed on the day. If you feel the need to use some of these branded items, please remove the packaging and place in another plate. A sponsorship like SPAR is extremely important for the successfull continuation of the CANSA Tea, and we kindly ask you for your cooperation. Information on SPAR products…
Donation is R250 per seat. There are two different tables this year, 10 or 16 seats are available at each table. The total donation per each table is R2 500 for 10 seats or R4 000 for16 seats, payable to your CANSA representative.
If you do not manage to sell all your tickets, please inform CANSA immediately so that guests can be seated at your table. Join hands with CANSA and make a difference in the life of a cancer Survivor.
If you need any additional information, please feel free to contact your CANSA representative:
Pretoria – 012 329 3036 | 083 633 5798
Anita Snyders – email: firstname.lastname@example.org
CANSA offers a unique integrated service to the public and to all people affected by cancer. CANSA is a leading role-player in cancer research and the scientific findings and knowledge gained from our research are used to realign our health programmes, as well as strengthen our watchdog role to the greater benefit of the public. Our health programmes comprise health and education campaigns; CANSA Care Centres that offer a wide range of care and support services to those affected by cancer; stoma and other clinical support; medical equipment hire, as well as a toll-free line to offer information and support. We offer a Tele Counselling service in seven languages free of charge. We also supply patient care and support in the form of 8 CANSA Care Homes in the main metropolitan areas for out-of-town cancer patients and CANSA-TLC lodging for parents and guardians of children undergoing cancer treatment.