Dry January

Why every dry day matters: learning to live again with Hospice UK

Hospice UK is one of Dry January’s official charity partners for 2018. They shared Nurse Di’s story with us and why Dry January is so important. Nurse Di’s story Each year, hospices provide care for more than 200,000 people living with conditions such as cancer, Motor Neurone Disease (MND), dementia and liver disease. As well as delivering clinical care in …

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Why every dry day matters: Bill’s lucky to have the World Cancer Research Fund

The World Cancer Research Fund is one of Dry January’s official charity partners for 2018. They shared Bill’s story with us and why Dry January is so important. Bill’s story Bill Jeffrey, 83, is living proof that it’s never too late – and you’re never too old – to take the plunge and reduce your alcohol intake. I’m lucky; they …

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Why every dry day matters: Breast Cancer Now helped Kerry change her lifestyle

Breast Cancer Now is one of Dry January’s official charity partners for 2018. They shared Kerry’s story with us and why Dry January is so important. Kerry’s story Kerry Rubins aged 43 from Kent, took part in Dry January 2017. “I started supporting Breast Cancer Now when my friend Julie was diagnosed with breast cancer for the second time in …

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Top 10 Dry January fundraising ideas

Are you taking on the Dry January challenge to give something back to your favourite causes? Here’s our top 10 fundraising ideas to help you not only get started, but keep a clear head and smash your Dry January fundraising target. 1. Download the Dry January app Download the Dry January app (on the App Store or Google Play) to …

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7 reasons to stay dry this January

Going dry this January might be the best decision you make this year. Alcohol touches even more of our lives than you think, and 7 charities are leading the charge to end the harm caused by alcohol. It’s more than saving money, feeling great and looking fabulous. It’s changing our world for the better. Dry January and its partner charities …

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