Home for Tea

Come together and hold your own tea party or coffee morning for the hospice with Home for Tea.

Whether you opt for a cream tea, a vintage tea, a coffee and cake morning, we know that you will have fun being with your family, friends and colleagues whilst helping support local people living with life-limiting illness.

Explore the inspiration below and request our fundraising pack to get some ideas on how to make your event extra special!

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Bake for the Jubilee!

Take advantage of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee this June and have a celebratory tea party whilst raising money for the hospice.

You could make coronation chicken sandwiches, a celebratory Union Jack cake or how about some crown shaped biscuits?

After some recipe inspiration, why not try these Jubilee recipes from BBC Good Food?

See our fundraising targets, tying in significant dates and numbers for the Queen's Jubilee...

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Get inspired with these Jubilee fundraising ideas:

Event ideas...
  • Hold an open garden party
  • Have a treasure hunt and picnic
  • Bring your local community together with a street party
  • Have a royal themed afternoon tea
  • Host a bake off competition
  • Hold a 1950s themed party for 70 years on the throne
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Jubilee fundraising ideas...

Platinum Portraits

Ask your guests to dress up as a royal look-a-like (past, present and future). The best dressed wins a prize! Remember to share your pictures on social media with the hashtag #StElizabethH4T

Find the Queen

Grab a pack of playing cards and charge your guests £1 or £2 to locate the Queen. Alternately , you could play higher or lower with the Queen being the highest card.

Royal Quiz

How well do you know your British monarchs? The Royal Family has a complex family tree who have hosted spectacular weddings to welcoming new babies. All you need is a team name and a list of questions to entertain your guests with a Royal Quiz.

Bake like Isla!

Isla, who lives in Ipswich, sold her cakes to friends, family and neighbours in order to raise money for the hospice which had cared for her nanny and grandad before they passed away. She raised a brilliant £300 for the hospice through Home for Tea!

Isla, who like her mum Melanie, has a passion for baking, also held a bake sale for the hospice in 2019 after learning the care the hospice delivers is provided using funds mainly donated by the community.

Isla said: “It feels very rewarding to raise money for the hospice, as I know it is going towards a good cause which cares for people so wonderfully. Thank you to everyone who bought one of my cakes!”

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