This February join thousands of Australians and register for febfast to take a break from alcohol, sugar or an alternate vice in an effort to help raise vital funds for disadvantaged youths nationwide.
Powered by the Youth Support + Advocacy Service, febfast will be celebrating its ten year anniversary in 2017 and to date has raised over $8million to support youths nationwide. A total of 49,230 febfasters have saved money, lost weight, felt mentally sharper, more productive, have exercised more and most importantly have supported disadvantaged youths.
How to get involved:
– Register to febfast for $36 at www.febfast.org.au
– Choose your vice (alcohol, caffeine, sugar, swearing – the sky’s the limit!)
– Give it up and give back for the month of February
– Stay on track with tips, recipes, febfast friendly restaurants and time-out passes for those unavoidable special occasions.
“Through febfast, we can help young people overcome drug and alcohol problems and mental health issues. We can connect young people to safe housing and help them overcome the impact of abuse and neglect. The money we raise in 2017 will be invested in youth workers who work tirelessly to provide access to the resources and support these young people require to lead healthy and fulfilling lives. We are so grateful to each and every febfaster for helping us to reach more and more young people each year.” – Andrew Bruun, CEO, YSAS
Aussies who take part in this important ‘pause for a cause’ will contribute much more than funds to the youth who need it the most – they will share their support for those young people facing adversity.
Registrations for febfast 2017 are now open to individuals or teams, including workplaces.WHAT: Febfast
WHEN: 01/02/2016 - 31/12/2016 (12:00 am)
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