Bowel Cancer Australia is excited to have been selected as a charity beneficiary for the 2020 Dry July campaign. 
 
2020 has been a challenging year. So this July, the Dry July Foundation has introduced some new options.
 
They're calling it Dry(ish) July.
 
Challenge yourself to 31 days dry, or this year, have a Dry(ish) July and choose 21 or 14 days dry.
 
While raising funds for Bowel Cancer Australia and supporting our mission to have an everlasting impact where no Australian dies from bowel cancer and all those diagnosed receive the support they need.
 
No matter how long you choose to go dry for, you’ll still be raising vital funds for people affected by bowel cancer, who need us now, more than ever.

How it works:
  • Sign up to join Bowel Cancer Australia’s Dry July team
  • Select the ‘Dry July Foundation’ as your charity and choose from 31, 21 or 14 days dry
  • Go alcohol free in July
  • Ask family, friends and workmates to sponsor you
  • Help people affected by bowel cancer
Please note to ensure all funds raised are directed to Bowel Cancer Australia, you must select the ‘Dry July Foundation’ as your charity beneficiary. All funds will then be remitted to Bowel Cancer Australia through the 2020 Dry July grants program.
 
Once you've signed up, you will get your very own unique profile page to share with friends and family to receive donations.
 


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Bowel cancer risk increases significantly when two or more alcoholic drinks are consumed per day. If you choose to drink alcohol, limit the amount. Almost 1 in 5 Australian adults (18%) consume more than 2 standard drinks per day. 
 
Please Note: Dry July is a fundraising campaign aimed at challenging social drinkers to change their habits for a month and make some healthy lifestyle changes. We would encourage people to drink responsibly and stick to the recommended daily guidelines for the rest of the year. We advise heavy drinkers or people dependent on alcohol to speak with their GP before signing up to Dry July.