The Australian Firefighters Calendar is the ideal calendar for 2023 if you want to feel good each and every month. This yearly event not only features some of the sexiest firefighters in the nation, but it also supports a worthwhile cause. Here is all the information you want about the much anticipated event this year.
Since its initial release in 1993, the Australian Firefighters Calendar has raised money for several Australian organisations. On the calendar, firefighters from all around the nation are seen posing in diverse locations, from the seaside to the interior of the nation.
The most popular models are all still available, and a new denim edition has been added to commemorate the 30th anniversary.
The Australian Firefighters Calendar’s director, David Rogers, explained all that went into creating this wonderful project in a statement to Pet Notes. where he talks about the effort it took to get this great result.
The earnings from the sale of the calendar, as with every edition, are donated to a number of domestic and international organizations that are dedicated to the preservation of Australian wildlife.
One of such groups that benefits from the calendar as payment for its outstanding work is the Byron Bay Wildlife Hospital. The hospital has distinguished itself for its commitment and effort; they are in charge of giving all specialist veterinary treatment without charge and are actively involved in the protection of wildlife and biodiversity.
The Kids With Cancer Foundation’s work is still supported by the calendar. This foundation has performed amazing work for Australian families and hospitals since 1998.
The Kids With Cancer Foundation’s director and founder, Peter Bodman, explains:
The Kids With Cancer Foundation has been around for 25 years, helping almost all of the over 800 children in Australia who are diagnosed with cancer each year and making life simpler for them and their families.
American organizations are also being sponsored for the second year in a row as a thank you to the American people, including Greater Good Charities’ Rescue Rebuild initiative, which renovates shelters. More than 3,200 humans and more than 720,000 dogs have benefited from the 175 improvements that the Rescue Rebuild team has performed.