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Staff gave generously at a coffee morning in aid of MacMillan Cancer Support and the University’s Pancreas Biomedical Research Unit.
Supporting MacMillan’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning, which encourages people across the country to hold charity coffee mornings, homemade cakes by budding bakers were available to buy as well as tasty goods donated by suppliers to coffee shops across campus.
A raffle was held with the top prizes of bed and breakfast for two at Hotel Indigo and lunch for two at the Victoria Gallery & Museum.
Joy Vogt, who organised of the event on behalf of the University, said: “A big thank you should go to staff who kindly baked cakes for the event and to Hospitality Liverpool for providing refreshments and prizes for the raffle.”
The event was a great success with a total of £567 raised, which will be split between both charities and will help to change lives.
To make a donation to the University of Liverpool Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund visit: http://www.justgiving.com/ulpcrf.
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