Breast cancer cell. Credit: The Stem Cell Blog

Sarah Fairy Belle Sanders will be hosting Australia's Biggest Morning Tea outside The Dunes Café on May 27 in an effort to raise funds for the Cancer Council in South Australia.

Ms Sanders will be donning a tutu and sprinkling fairy dust as she hosts a fairy and superheroes themed morning tea for kids and parents in honour of her father, who died of cancer, and her grandmother who is presently battling the disease.

She said, I want to share my story and help children understand cancer.

I thought Australia's Biggest Morning Tea would be a fun way of doing that, as well as promoting the important work of Cancer Council SA.

Sarah knew the horrors of cancer at the age of 12 when her father lost his hair and a leg to the disease.

As for the gold coin donation, Sarah, who is also the operator of A Sprinkle of Magic, has planned many fun activities for the kids to enjoy for two hours from 10am to 12pm, including cupcake decorating activity.

Since the event will be held outside under the shade sail, Sarah encourages families to bring a seat or picnic blanket.

In Australia, one in two will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime. In other words, most people will know or meet someone affected with cancer.

All the funds raised from the event will go to Cancer Council SA to help with research, prevention and support strategies and reduce the effects of cancer on all South Australians.

A total of $815,000 was raised last year and this year, the event aims to raise $850,000 across the state.

Sarah is aiming to raise $200.

I know it's not a high amount but it's important for me to raise awareness and share my story so I can be there and support anyone who is going through the same thing, she said.

Anything above that will be a bonus.

Help Sarah with her morning tea by contacting her on 0411 073 100 or 8671 1621 or email