SALLY Evans would describe herself as a regular drinker but this month she is trading her usual drink for soft drink.
"I am usually at the pub every second weekend so it will be a bit of a challenge," she said.
Sally, along with her friend Ben Els, will be taking part in Dry July.
"I just saw it on television and thought it's a worthy cause and sounds like an easy thing to do if you put your mind to," she said.
Dry July is a non-profit organisation determined to improve the lives of adults living with cancer by giving up alcohol for the month of July.
At three days into the month, the pair were facing their first challenge: the State of Origin decider.
A night which would normally include a couple of cold ones was traded for fundraising for their worthy cause.
"I wasn't going to go out but then we decided it would be a good way to raise some money," Sally said.
The pair have already raised $240 to go to The Mater Adult Hospital in Brisbane.
Sally said they had a lot of support from friends and family with online donations but they questioned their ability to complete the task.
"They all think I won't be able to make it," she laughed.
"But I will."
Sally said she was also hoping to raise some extra cash by becoming a designated "Dryver".
"Each person pays for a seat and you can drive them around for the night," she explained.
The pair also have the option of buying a "Golden Ticket" if they get too desperate.
A Golden Ticket entitles Dry July participates to have a day where they can have a drink.
The Golden Ticket costs $25, which goes towards the cause.
"But I think we should be alright," Sally quipped.