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About Go Sober

Macmillan Cancer Support are asking you to get involved in Sober March by going alcohol-free in March to raise money for people with cancer.

The past year has been quite the challenge, so we’re introducing some options for taking part. You can choose to have a Sober(ish) March by taking on the challenge for 21 or 14 days, or go old school and challenge yourself to take on the full 31 days.

No matter how long you choose to go sober for, by signing up to the challenge, you’ll be doing something amazing for people with cancer. All money raised will help to make sure Macmillan can continue being there for the millions of people living with cancer in the UK.

And you’re not just helping others, you’re helping yourself too. Having a break from alcohol has great health benefits, such as having more energy, a clearer head and sleeping better, plus no hangovers!

So we hope to see you take part in Sober March, raising a glass (of water) and standing proudly beside people living with cancer.

How it works

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1. Sign-up and choose 31, 21 or 14 days sober

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2. Go booze-free in March

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3. Ask friends and family to donate to you

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4. Help people living with cancer

Important Note

Sober March is a fundraising campaign aimed at challenging social drinkers to change their habits for a month and make some healthy lifestyle changes. We would encourage people to drink responsibly and stick to the recommended daily guidelines for the rest of the year. We advise heavy drinkers or people dependent on alcohol to speak with their GP before signing up to Sober March.