Amnesty Margaret River is once again brewing up their fun and easy-to-participate, community fundraising event, AmnesTEA.
AmnesTEA was launched in the region last weekend with 15 cafes around the Margaret River area putting out the AmnesTEA cups on display to collect funds to help defend human rights.
An Amnesty Margaret River spokesperson said the group was moving "full steam ahead", asking locals to visit any one of the 15 cafes and enjoy a tea or coffee to raise funds for human rights support.
"Margs Cafe @ the Village, The Hairy Marron, The Black Sheep, Smithereens, The Food Room, Riversmith, Drift Café, Badger & Frankie, Sidekick Café, Sea Gardens Café, Prevelly Café, Dome Cafe, Yahava Koffeeworks and Yardbyrd in Witchcliffe as well as Fair Harvest Cafe are all taking part in this year's campaign."
All funds raised will go to support the work of Amnesty International to continue their campaign for human rights.
Hairy Marron Café Manager Paul Iles said he was delighted once again to be taking part in AmnesTEA.
"Here in Margaret River we live in one of the best parts of the world that enjoys a stable economy and democracy," he said.
"Not everyone is so fortunate. It's great to have the opportunity to play even a very small part to make the world and better and more peaceful place."
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