Finding hope with Dry Feb
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The weekend before she was admitted into Princess Margaret Hospital to start a clinical trial, Bonnie heard about the Dry February challenge.
The Dry February challenge – or Dry Feb – is a fundraising campaign that challenges participants to go alcohol-free for the month of February. In support of the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS), Dry Feb donations go toward groundbreaking cancer research and a nationwide support system. Dry Feb provides a great opportunity for participants to re-evaluate their relationship with alcohol while raising funds to save and improve lives. When Bonnie mentioned the Dry Feb challenge to her family and friends, they immediately agreed to join her. Participating in Dry Feb together was a way to engage and inspire people to donate towards advancing cancer care and research.
Not only did the Dry Feb challenge give Bonnie the chance to change her relationship with alcohol, but she noticed several benefits to going alcohol-free, including better workout sessions and saving money.
She felt great knowing that she was doing something to benefit both herself and a fundraising initiative that could help many other people. At the end of Dry Feb 2023, Bonnie had raised over $7,500.
Make a difference this February and join the Dry Feb challenge. Feel the benefits of going Dry while raising funds for world-leading research and compassionate support programs to help people affected by cancer. Learn how to prepare for your alcohol-free month.
*Dry Feb is not offered in the province of Quebec.