With centuries of experience and countless cream teas behind them, when it comes to charity cream tea events, Rodda’s and Tiptree make the perfect team.
Supporting charitable causes for over 350 years, the partners behind the Cream Tea Society understand the true power of the cream tea – it’s a brilliant way of getting people together, enjoying a delicious treat and fundraising for those in need.
To recognise the important role cream teas can play in charity events up and down the country, both family businesses have pledged portions of their famous products to support the hosting of charity cream tea events.
Through the National Cream Tea Society, Rodda’s and Tiptree will be donating up to 50,000 portions of Cornish clotted cream tea and jam a year, to help charity event organisers on their way.
All you need to provide is the place, the people, the plates and of course plenty of scones.
You will receive a confirmation email if your application has been successful.
Delivery of donations is made on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
We recommend that all requests are sent to us in advance of the date they are required. Due to the timescales of processing each request, we are unable to offer support for any applications that are received within four weeks before the event date. Due to the volume of requests we receive, we are not always able to help everyone – much as we would like to. We endeavor to reply to your submission as soon as possible, during busy periods, we ask that you allow up to five working days for a response.
Here are some of the highlights from our recent charity cream tea fundraisers!
1st Fulmer Brownies from Buckinghamshire raised around £250 for Leukaemia and Lymphoma Trust!
Photo credit: Angela Hurlstone
A pensioner's dance in the West Midlands raised over £67 for Balls to Cancer!
Photo credit: Mark Bates
A 'Wear it Pink event' in Surrey raised funds for The Grange Centre in Bookham!
Photo credit: Maria Weston
Barclays held a charity cream tea party at work, raising an incredible £2500 for CHICS - Children's Cancer Support Group!
Photo credit: Amanda Murray
A Macmillan Coffee Morning in Cambridgeshire raised over £295!
Photo credit: Karen Page
Well done everybody!