Western Sydney University is inviting all staff, students, family and friends to join our Dry July Team!
Dry July is a fundraiser that encourages participants to go alcohol-free in July and raise funds for people affected by cancer.
Why we're taking part
In 2019, Western Sydney University’s NICM Health Research Institute and its clinic, Western Sydney Integrative Health, were recipients of the Dry July Foundation grant program, which enabled support for free oncology massage, acupuncture and yoga specifically for people with cancer, or people in remission from cancer.
We hope to continue this vital service in 2021, and need your help. All funds raised with your help will go towards these services, which are very much needed in Western Sydney. Many participants in the program reported immeasurable benefit from their involvement.
Join the Western Sydney University team (opens in a new window)
We’re here to support you!
You will also have exclusive access to our support program to help you stay Dry this July! This includes:
- Twice weekly online yoga classes
- Once weekly online tai chi class
- A Yammer support group!
How to sign up to Dry July and join the Western Sydney University Team
- Click here (opens in a new window) to join the Western Sydney University team
- Select “Join Team”
- Complete your personal/contact details and set a password (ensure you use your staff name at WSU so that we know it’s you and we can then invite you to our online support services!)
- Make sure you select “Dry July Foundation” as your beneficiary when asked.
- You’re now part of our team! Make a donation of any amount yourself if you are able to. It will show friends and family that you are serious about making a difference and make it easier for you to ask them to do the same.
WHAT IF I DON'T WANT TO SIGN UP?
You can still help us get to our goal! Click on the "Donate to the Team" button on the top left. Alternatively, you can donate specifically to a team member by clicking on their profile page.
Thank you for supporting people with cancer in Western Sydney!