Powered by Victoria's Youth Support + Advocacy Service (YSAS), febfast is the great Australian pause from alcohol or sugar for the month of February, in support of young people experiencing serious disadvantage.
Each year, hundreds of Office Teams take on the challenge. They feel mentally sharper. sleep better and are more productive at work as a result of the fast. Our teams approach febfast together, bonding positively and feeling more productive.
This February, create an official Office Team and hit pause on alcohol, sugar or something of your choice together to help Australia’s youth. We’d love to hear from you and discuss ways we can make febfast as enjoyable and successful as possible for your workplace in 2018.
Kick start 2018 with something a little different!
As a febfaster, you’ll join a community of thousands with access to exclusive tools and resources to keep you on track. Here are just some of the positive outcomes previous Office Teams have reported:
Here's what our Office Teams have to say:
How does it work?
Register your team, then personalise your page & invite others to join the team. If you want to set up more than one team within your company, let us know before registering and we’ll set you up with a Master Team.
Nominate an awesome employee to champion febfast.
What's the cost?
Organisation contributes to the cost of each registration
Organisation covers the cost of registration
Employee pays for their own registration
The registration fee for febfast starts at $36 per person. But, if you sign up as an office team, you will get a discounted rate.
You can choose to pay for your part or all of your employees’ registration fee, or they can pay for themselves at just $25 using a code unique to your company. New to 2018: if you choose to pay for your employees and your office team has 15 or more participants, your registration fee will be waived.
If you are covering some or all of the cost of your employees’ registration, get in touch and we will simply create a discount for you to give to staff, and invoice you at the end according to how many times it was used. You can create limits on code uses.