An illustration of a bear holding a heart with text #ShareYourCare (not your drinks).
September 8, 2020

Share Your Care

Is it common to share drinks with your friends? The #ShareYourCare movement aims to inspire others to share their love by showing someone they care on September 9 - National Share Your Care Day (but not your drink)!

There aren't any hard rules about this. It really depends on who you are with. But think twice about sharing a bottle, cup, shot, or glass with someone.

I've got a solid immune system, so I have never cared. If I know them, I'm cool with it.

If someone asks you to share a drink, you don't need to refuse it, but it might be better to get your own cup! Sharing things that touch your lips can give you a higher risk of becoming sick or spreading other things.

Don't forget, if you are taking random shots, sips, chugs, or swigs, it will be hard for you to know how many you've had.

Avoid playing drinking games that involve sharing drinking cups. Any drinking game, can easily cause you to lose count of how much (and how fast) you are consuming alcohol. Consider skip'n the game and just enjoying the night with your friends.