Go Dry this July to support people affected by blood cancer

Dessy used the Leukaemia Foundation transport program for travel to and from hospital during four months of treatment for rare leukaemia.

Sign up to Dry July and fundraise for Leukaemia Foundation

Everyday 35 Australians are diagnosed with blood cancer. By 2025, this number is predicted to jump to 50 people.

That’s one Australian every 41 minutes.

Today, 100,000 Australians are living with a blood cancer, impacting hundreds of thousands of friends and family.

For people living with blood cancer, getting to and from hospital for treatment can be an extra burden at an already stressful time. Especially for those who have already relocated from rural or remote areas for cancer treatments, who don’t have any other means of transport, or who have limited finances.

Our free transport service is an essential service for people with blood cancer that helps relieve some of the burden of getting to and from hospital.

This year, the funds you raise in Dry July will directly support the Leukaemia Foundation’s National Transport Program and allow us to continue vital support for thousands of families living with blood cancer around the country.

How it works

Go booze-free in July

2. Go booze-free in July

How-it-works

3. Ask friends and family to sponsor you

Sign up for free

There is no minimum fundraising amount or cost to sign up to Dry July!

Golden Tickets

If you have a special occasion in July, you can always buy a Golden Ticket. A Golden Ticket gives a Dry July participant a night off their challenge. For a minimum $25 donation, even a night off can still make a difference to the lives of people affected by cancer.

Important 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.