Go Dry this February - Dry Feb

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26,930 PEOPLE GOING DRY
$3,890,702 RAISED SO FAR

Leaderboards

Avatar Name Raised
Kevin Kozak $26,520
Tom Boland $25,365
Randy Mann $18,611
John Garbutt $18,152
Michael Flaherty $16,295
Matt Rowat $15,640
Harlaap Gill $15,559
Pablo Doskoch $15,108
Zach Hatt $12,429
Rex Lee $12,180
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WAJAX $10,120

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Benefits of Dry Feb

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Help people with cancer

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Clear your head

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More energy

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Sleeping better

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Weight loss

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Sense of achievement


How it works

Step 1

Sign-up to the challenge and choose how long you will be participating

Step 2

Go alcohol-free in February

Step 3

Ask family, friends and colleagues to sponsor you

Step 4

Help people affected by cancer. Read more...

What is Dry Feb?

Dry Feb is a fundraiser that challenges you to go alcohol-free in February and raise funds for the Canadian Cancer Society. It helps you get healthy while also raising funds to make a difference for Canadians affected by cancer.

Does one month off alcohol sound too big of a challenge? Choose to participate for the whole month, 21 days, 14 days, or customize a timeframe that works for you.

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Why take part?

The funds raised through Dry Feb will help Canadians living with cancer by helping the Canadian Cancer Society fund groundbreaking research and provide a compassionate national support system for anyone affected by cancer – like the free Cancer Information Service Helpline, which helps people across the country answer questions on all types of cancer, treatments, side effects and much more.

Having a month off alcohol has great health benefits, such as sleeping better and having more energy. So you're not only helping others, you're helping yourself. It's a win-win!

What’s the deal with alcohol and cancer?

The sobering news is that any type or amount of alcohol increases your risk of head and neck, breast, stomach, pancreatic, colorectal and liver cancers. Only 1/3 of Canadians are aware that there is a link between alcohol and an increased risk of cancer.

The Canadian Cancer Society recommends that if you choose to drink alcohol, women have less than one drink per day and men have less than two drinks per day. The less you drink, the more you reduce your risk.

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Donate to a Dry Feb participant or team

Fund groundbreaking research and provide a compassionate national support system for Canadians affected by cancer.

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