Blue Cross Tea Party 2014

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Tips on how to get your tea party going

Organise your own Tea Party

Choose a time and find a venue. It could be anywhere from your home or garden to your school, work place or even the local village hall or community centre.

Invite everyone. Make a guest list and get the word out, whether it’s by email, Facebook,  phone or post. Our posters and invites can help, please call us if you want more.  

Plan the day. Are you going to bake your own treats or stock up at the supermarket? Perhaps a friend or relative could do some baking? Why not organise a raffle too? 

We need your help

We desperately need your help

Did you know that more than 100,000 stray dogs are picked up by local authorities each year and thousands are put to sleep because no homes can be found for them?

Last year Blue Cross took in more than 8,000 homeless pets and looked after 30,000 poorly animals. But more pets are being needlessly killed, badly kept and abandoned. We’ve seen 40 per cent more stray and abandoned animals compared to two years ago. We need your support now so that we can help as many pets in need as possible.

Tea Party 2014 case study

Social media and blogs

By downloading the resources and talking about us on Facebook and Twitter you can ensure that our message gets heard far and wide. Let's get Britain to paws for tea!

We've got loads of sample tweets and updates, information for bloggers, a social media release and much more ready for you to use. It couldn't be easier.

Check out our social media resources.

Register now to download your free party pack.

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