It'll be morning tea with a bit of pain thrown in when Kyle Ostini goes under the waxing paper next month as part of the Cowra Motors' Biggest morning tea on May 23.
The Cowra Motors team is aiming to raise $3000 for the Cancer Council's research, prevention and support programs.
Cowra Motors Dealer Principal, Frank Ostini, said the entire team was supporting the morning tea.
"At the moment cancer is the biggest killer in Australia, we need to raise money so we can find a cure," he said.
"Everybody has been touched, either with a family member or friend, or they know of someone with cancer.
"So we are all right behind it and would love to have everyone come, sit down have a chat and enjoy the morning with us," he said.
Mr Ostini said the effects of cancer had touched his life.
"My late wife passed away from cancer eight months ago, she had done the Biggest Morning Tea for 20 years, she was part of the Cancer Council volunteer service for 21 years," he said.
"So I've always done Pink Ribbon Day, Daffodil Day and Relay for Life and we decided we'd stick with the Biggest Morning Tea even though she is not with us.
"(This fundraising) means that one day there will be a cure for cancer and there will be more people with hope," he said.
Mr Ostini said there would be a special event at the Biggest Morning Tea with his son Kyle waxing his chest as part of the fundraising.
"Pure Bliss are going to donate free of charge the wax service and that will be at 11.30am if anybody wants to come and see the pain," he said.
"There is quite a bit of hair on his chest, so there could be some tears."
Cowra Motors' Biggest Morning Tea will be held on May 23 from 10.30am to 12pm, entry is a gold coin donation. Platters also available for delivery at $5 per person, order before May 20.
If the community can't make it on the day the team has a GoFundMe page where donations can be made www.gofundme.com/cowramotors
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