Estonian campaign Not drinking in September (September 2017) – #septembriseijoo – is supported by The National Institute for Health Development.
Read more from http://www.septembriseijoo.ee/
Be a Soberhero and go 31 days without alcohol this October – say no to the booze and yes to raising money for people living with cancer.
And just like every hero’s trusty sidekick, Macmillan will be with you every step of the way to help you along your sober journey.
By signing up to the challenge you’re doing something amazing for people with cancer. All the money raised by those Going Sober this October will help Macmillan support even more people facing cancer.
So thank you for taking part in Go Sober, raising a glass (of water) and standing proudly beside people facing cancer.
Read more from Go Sober (UK).
“After my success, my friends started asking me how I looked so good.
So I decided I had to create a more formal 30-day challenge.
So that’s what I did. I put everything I learned about breaking habits, staying self-disciplined, losing weight, making money, staying the course of 30 days into one system.” James Swanwick
Find more from http://30daynoalcoholchallenge.com
Funds raised through Dry July go towards cancer support organisations across Australia, to help improve patient comfort, care and wellbeing.
Learn more from https://www.dryjuly.com
BIG EASY DRYOUT (New Orleans, USA) encourages people to go without alcohol for the month of March and raise funds for charity. This year, all contributions will go to Outstanding Community Partner Award winner, Teaching Responsible Earth Education. However, the goal is to grow the challenge and include other non-profits in the years to come.
Read more: BIG EASY DRYOUT or Causevox.com