Wanderers go dry for July

NRMA Insurance Western Sydney Wanderers go dry in July to help raise money for Westmead Hospital’s Crown Princess Mary Cancer Centre

NRMA Insurance Western Sydney Wanderers go dry in July to help raise money for Westmead Hospital-s Crown Princess Mary Cancer Centre.

Western Sydney players led by Golgol Mebrahtu will be going alcohol free for the month of July in support of the nation-wide fundraiser ‘Dry July-

For the first time this year ‘Dry July-, which challenges people to go the month without alcohol to raise money for improving the wellbeing of adults living with cancer, will be adding Westmead Hospital-s Crown Princess Mary Cancer Centre to its forty beneficiaries across Australia and New Zealand.

Continuing the Wanderers relationship with Westmead Hospital several member of the Red & Black squad will be joining the cause with an aim help Westmead Hospital fund updates to the Centre-s waiting rooms, new entertainment systems for the patients, take home DVD-s for those starting therapy, additional wheelchairs and therapy for inpatients.

Our Wanderers players will be joined by several respected members of Western Sydney-s community including Parramatta Eels- Tim Mannah and Lord Mayor Cr. John Chedid.

In response to the Red & Black-s support of Dry July Professor Paul Harnett, Director of the Crown Princess Mary Cancer Centre, said: “A community drawn together in a common cause can make a real difference, so I hope our local community will get behind our fundraising campaign and support the Crown Princess Mary Cancer Centre Westmead”.

To join Dry July, sponsor our Wanderers players, make a donation or simply find out more head here.