Ahead of World Ovarian Cancer Day on 8 May, it’s a great opportunity to connect and share stories with gynaecological cancer patients and their families as well as meet other women and friends in the Cherish community. The perfect excuse to indulge, guests will enjoy a natural, health focused morning tea which includes an autumn salad, tart and organic coffee.
The owner of the Sol Breads Café, Kira Carrigan, will also share her insights on healthy food and eating fresh, organic produce.

WHAT SOL Breads Morning Tea with Cherish Foundation
WHEN Tuesday 6 May 2014 at 10.00am
WHERE Sol Breads Café, 23-27 Vulture Street West End
COST $10 per person
BOOKINGS Please email Lisa Harrold at l.harrold1@uq.edu.au with your name, contact number, and number of guests in your group.

Cherish Women’s Cancer Foundation
Lisa Harrold