Birds Of A Feather members and other volunteers with some of the huge range of morning tea delights on offer at Kumbia Hall (Photo: Kirstie Schumacher)

June 28, 2022

Josie’s Biggest Morning Tea, held in Kumbia last week, has raised thousands of dollars for the fight against cancer.

The annual event, organised by the Birds Of A Feather cancer support group, supported the Cancer Council of Queensland but also honoured the late Josie McConville.

Josie, who died in May last year, helped found Birds Of A Feather almost two decades ago and her annual “morning teas” in Kumbia raised funds for cancer research.

Birds Of A Feather secretary Steph Stevens said this year’s “Josie’s Biggest Morning Tea” event attracted about 100 people to Kumbia Memorial Hall’s supper room on Thursday morning.

There was a guest speaker,  nurse navigator (cancer and chronic disease) Natalie Leith; a multi-draw raffle and guessing competitions.

“So far we’ve raised over $2500 and might get to $3000 with some other donations coming in,” Steph told southburnett.com.au

The Birds Of A Feather team are also a big part of the South Burnett’s annual Relay For Life fundraising.

This year’s Relay will be held on October 8 at the Kingaroy Showgrounds.

Guest speaker Natalie Leith explained her nurse navigator role to the crowd (Photo: Kirstie Schumacher)

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