Patrick Dangerfield and Josh Jenkins have teamed up in support of febfast.
A partnership between the AFL Players Association charity Ladder and febfast will see a selection of players from each of the 18 AFL clubs refrain from alcohol for 28 days and compete to see who can raise the most money for the campaign.
All money raised by the players will be donated to several programs including Ladder, who will use the funds to support their existing work with vulnerable young people, and create a new drug and alcohol resource designed to help those at risk of drug and alcohol related issues.
febfast encourages people to take a break from alcohol for the month of February and in 2013 aims to raise in excess of $1 million for vulnerable young Australians tackling serious alcohol and drug problems.
Visit the fundraising page for team Dangerfield/Jenkins to donate, and help get the Crows boys over the line against an impressive field of AFL stars – Brent Staker (Brisbane Lions), Marc Murphy (Carlton), Luke Ball (Collingwood), Michael Hurley (Essendon), Matthew Pavlich (Fremantle), James Kelly (Geelong), Campbell Brown (Gold Coast), Jonathan Giles (GWS), Luke Hodge (Hawthorn), James Frawley (Melbourne), Brent Harvey (North Melbourne), Darren Pfeiffer (Norwood), Ivan Maric (Richmond), Lenny Hayes (St Kilda), Ted Richards (Sydney Swans), Beau Waters (West Coast), Bob Murphy and Will Minson (Western Bulldogs).