Register For Feb Fast!

Melbourne Heart FC CEO Scott Munn has put down the drinks for 29 days and signed up to febfast, a national fundraising initiative which challenges people to send their grog on holiday during February and raise money to help young Aussies overcome alcohol, drug and mental health problems.

Melbourne Heart FC CEO Scott Munn has put down the drinks for 29 days and signed up to febfast, a national fundraising initiative which challenges people to send their grog on holiday during February and raise money to help young Aussies overcome alcohol, drug and mental health problems.

If your last few months have resembled Heart-s - a bit of a shaky November full of away fixtures followed by a streak of great nights in and around Christmas then a bit of a lull last month after a packed festive season - now is the perfect time to put down the beer, get a bit more healthy and see if you can raise more money than the boss.

Don-t worry, it-s not too late to register. And if you-ve got a massive event planned - like the derby on Feb 4 - you can buy a Time Out pass and enjoy a couple of guilt-free drinks.

To kick-start your New Year-s resolution and temporarily join the ranks of famous football non-drinkers - think Cristiano Ronaldo, Bill Shankly and Javier Hernandez - go to febfast.org.au

febfast factsheet: • febfast has seen 20,000 Aussies raise around $3 million in four years. • 85% of febfasters experience long-term improvement to their overall health and well-being. • A $35 donation helps buy rehab residents breakfast for a week; a $50 donation helps fund workers to collect syringes from alleyways and laneways; a $100 donation buys equipment to help kids through art and music therapy.