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Hot Australian Firefighters Pose With Animals For 2019 Charity Calendar

Have you ever heard of a firefighting team making cute calendars just to raise funds for animal shelters and children? Now that is what you call heroic!

Many would agree that men in uniform are totally attractive. Although their professions are already enough to make our hearts melt, these Australian firefighters are taking things up a notch by posing for a sexy calendar shoot.

As if that’s not enough, these hardworking heroes were accompanied by animals that added an adorable factor to the steamy shots. The best part? These hot firefighters did this for charity.

It’s 2018, and people are trying all different kinds of campaigns to raise awareness for a better living environment where everybody has the same rights.

This is what Australian Firefighters charity calendar tries to do annually, ever since it was launched for the very first time in 1993. And they have a special cause for doing this; they are raising money for charities.

Have you ever heard of a firefighting team making cute calendars just to raise funds for animal shelters and children? Now that is what you call heroic! After 17 days of hardcore photography, the Australian Firefighters Calendar arose, and the fans are loving it.

After the Australian Firefighters Calendar was released, the next goal is to find a new batch of men in the next collection.

Director of the Australian Firefighters Calendar David Rogers said:

“With the explosion of [international] interest in the calendar, it only made sense for us to invite the hottest firefighters from around the globe here to the beautiful Gold Coast to be part of [this debut event].”

This year the calendar features shirtless firefighters posing near or with baby animals in their hands (like koalas, puppies, cats). This because the Australian Firefighters Calendar will be donating the money to the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital and the money will be used to take care of the injured or sick animals.

Last year’s calendar quickly became viral where firefighters were holding kittens. The theme was so successful that they have decided to continue it.

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