Thousands of Australians have gone without alcohol as part of a campaign raising money for those affected by cancer.
Dry July is now over for another year,raising more than $7.5 million.
Locally, Geelong United Basketball and Billy’s Frothy Fund were among the top fundraisers.
The teams collectively raised over $110,000 for the Andrew Love Cancer Centre in Geelong.
Across the Geelong community, more than $213,000 was raised for the local organisation.
There is still time to raise money for the Cancer Centre, with donations closing at the end of August.
Picture: Barwon Health Foundation board director Rory Costelloe with former Cats star Billy Brownless [supplied]