How it works

Step 1 - Sign up to Dry July

Sign-up to the challenge

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Ask family, friends and workmates to donate to you

Dry July Step 3 - Wine bottle and glass crossed out

Go alcohol-free in July

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Help people affected by cancer.

Over 25,000 Australian men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer this year.

With your support, we can ensure that all men and families have the support of a PCFA nurse.

We provide much needed support and care no other organisation offers:

  • We are there to answer the call when prostate cancer strikes.
  • We are there to support men undergoing surgery and treatment.
  • We are there to answer questions in the days and weeks after diagnosis.
  • We are there to help families understand prostate cancer and its impacts.
  • We are here to help you and your loved ones survive and thrive as much as possible after prostate cancer.

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Benefits of Dry July

Dry July Benefit - Clear your head

Clear your head

Dry July Benefit - More energy

More energy

Dry July Benefit - Sleep Better

Sleep better

Dry July Benefit - Weight loss

Weight loss

Dry July Benefit - Helthier skin

Healthier skin

Dry July Benefit - Sense of achievement

Sense of achievement

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Every dollar you raise will create a brighter future for men living alone with prostate cancer!

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Dry July Golden Ticket

Golden tickets

We know you don't like to cheat, so if you really need a night off, give yourself a Golden Ticket.

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Phil's Story

By supporting PCFA this Dry July, you're helping improve the wellbeing of people like Phil.

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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.