What is ‘RariTea’ all about?
We are a growing Charity and are keen to increase the impact and reach of the work that we do.
To help achieve this we are running our first Northern Ireland wide campaign, called “RariTea” to encourage people everywhere to find out more about (and support) rare conditions, over our favourite cuppa!
Can you host or support a RariTea with friends and colleagues?
There are lots of ways to get involved, big and small, so whether you are organising an afternoon tea, a tea party or simply sharing a cuppa with a few friends, all of your efforts will go a long way in helping us to raise awareness of rare and hard to diagnose conditions across Northern Ireland.
And of course, even more importantly, we want to encourage everyone to have some fun along the way!
To find out more about our campaign and how you can get involved just click on the link to download our ‘RariTea Factsheet’
If you are interested in hosting an event we have lots of partner materials to help you along and you can get in touch to request adding your #RariTea to our events page.
If you would like to join a local event, click here to see what is happening near you.
Please feel free to download any, or all of the following materials to help you run your very own RariTea event via our RariTea Partners Page or via the links below:
RariTea factsheet: to find out more about our campaign and how you can get involved just click on our RariTea factsheet.
Partners media release template; simply fill in the blanks in our Partners Media Release and share with your local newspapers and radio stations.
Posters; we have two versions available to help you with your event. One is a general poster for your venue, the other is an empty belly version where you can fill in the details and ask local shops, cafes and other venues to help you promote within your own community.
Logos; feel free to download and use our high-resolution logos in either NIRDP Logo Portrait or NIRDP Logo Landscape version to use on your own promotional materials, website or social media channels.