What could you have in common with Adam Spencer, Radio Presenter, 702 ABC Sydney and Dry July Patron, as well as renowned Australian actors Roy Billing and Brendan Cowell; one of Australia’s favourite food personalities ‘Fast’ Ed Halmaygi; journalist and TV personality Chris Bath; revered Wentworth actor Danielle Cormack; Australia’s Next Top Model’s newest judge Didier Cohen; screen and stage award winning actor Nathaniel Dean praised for his recent theatrical role in The Secret River; breakout TV talent Georgia Flood now seen on screens in House Husbands and Wentworth; actor and singer Michala Banas last year seen on Winners and Losers and set to return to the screen in Upper Middle Bogan; radio presenter Maz Compton; and TV and film star Claire Van Der Boom last seen in Hawaii Five-0 and with new films The 34th Battalion and Singularity due for cinema release this year?
Get on board with Dry July’s biggest year yet and join them in the challenge of 31 days off the booze in 2013.
Sign up now at www.dryjuly.com to join thousands of participants in raising funds for adult cancer patients across Australia. In its sixth year, Dry July is back with an all new look website and new beneficiaries to further extend their support in both regional and metropolitan areas.
Last year, Dry July far exceeded their goal of taking their total fundraising efforts across the last five years to $10 million. 15,247 Australians raised over $3.7 million – an impressive and heartwarming amount that will fund projects to improve the quality of life for adult cancer patients and their families right around the country.
Join the Dry July challenge and sign up now at www.dryjuly.com. Visit the website for a full list of beneficiaries in 2013 as well as information on past funds in action, celebrity supporters and fundraising tallies.