Don’t leave foundation high and dry

Charmaine Millar, Brian English and Val Henry are raising money for SolarisCare via Dry July. Picture: Andrew Ritchie
Charmaine Millar, Brian English and Val Henry are raising money for SolarisCare via Dry July. Picture: Andrew Ritchie

SolarisCare Foundation is one of four WA groups chosen as a beneficiary of the annual fundraiser, which involves skipping alcohol for 31 days.

The foundation aims to raise $150,000, which would provide new equipment and resources for its cancer support centres, improve its chemotherapy club exercise programs and assist in the development of a new group therapy and recreation building at SolarisCare South West.

SolarisCare Dry July Ambassador and breast cancer survivor Charmaine Millar said SolarisCare became an integral part of her cancer journey.

‘The months that followed my diagnosis were some of the hardest months of my life,’ she said.

‘I used many of the free services SolarisCare provided. I really needed the support and they were always there to help me.

Go to www.dryjuly.com and choose SolarisCare as beneficiary.