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Dry July 2022 is proudly supporting :

Look Good Feel Better - Ensures any person facing cancer can access free, practical programmes to help them face cancer with confidence.

PINC & STEEL NZ - Supports people in their recovery from cancer treatment through their rehabilitation and exercise programmes.

Prostate Cancer Foundation NZ - Provides support services for men and their families affected by prostate cancer, including a freephone information line, a free counselling service, a nationwide network of support groups and Prost-FIT classes.

See below stories of how these organisations will utilise the funds raised to help those affected by cancer.

Latest Updates


iPads for Canterbury Chemotherapy Patients

Patients receiving chemotherapy at Christchurch Hospital will now be able to borrow iPads to use while sitting and having their treatment. The iPads offer patients some entertainment and distraction to help pass the time.

New Chemotherapy Chairs at Christchurch Hospital

Canterbury Regional Cancer and Haematology Service will purchase 12 new chemotherapy chairs with funds from Dry July 2013.

The existing chairs were donated to the oncology day ward and not purpose built. The new chairs will greatly improve patient comfort. Patients spend up to 6 hours at a time sitting in these chairs while receiving treatment.

Electric Lift Beds at Chrischurch Hospital

Cancer patients in the BMT unit at Christchurch Hospital will now have access to electric lift beds at Canterbury Regional Cancer and Haematology Service.

These beds are more expensive than standard hospital beds, and offer options such as electric high-low function, so that patients can get in and out more easily, and electric backrest for comfort.

BMT Wellness Room at Auckland City Hospital

Auckland City Hospital is building a new BMT facility. The hospital is using some funds from Dry July 2013 towards the fit-out of and furnishings in of the planned Wellness Room.

This project has been developed based on feedback from patient consultation undertaken during the design phase for the BMT building.

(pictured: Richard Sullivan)

Music System for Patients Undergoing Radiation Therapy

Wellington Blood and Cancer Centre used funds from Dry July 2013 to purchase an iPod and stereo system to provide entertainment for patients receiving radiation therapy.

Radiation therapy can be a nerve-racking experience for cancer patients. While having treatment, patients can communicate with radiation therapists through intercoms but are alone in the treatment room. Having the option to listen to music can help patients relax.

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