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Hot Australian Firefighters Pose With Animals For Charity Calendar





The 2018 Australian Firefighters Calendar is out, and now we are confused as to how men who fight fires can actually be the source of scorching heat themselves. What made these men more attractive is that they are doing all the posing for charity.

The calendars feature gorgeous six-packs and marvelous biceps, and come in three different themes. People can choose to get a calendar with firefighters cuddling with puppies, firefighters smiling with zoo animals, and firefighters just being themselves – hot, hot, hot!

The price of each calendar starts from $19.73 plus $5.86 postage. And for those outside Australia, don’t fret. They ship worldwide! The proceeds will be donated to the Children’s Hospital Foundation, so ladies (and some gents) will not find it too hard to buy all three. It is all for the benefit of the children, after all.

Without further ado, behold this amazing sight of hot Australian firefighters sizzling and working it.

The "Puppy Calendar"

Why, hello there babies!

Hot Tub

Can this be any cuter?

The "Animal Calendar"

Don't you wish you are a Koala?

The "Hot Firefighters Calendar"

At Your Service

Men in uniform… hot!

Look at those abs…

…and biceps!

Do all firefighters have killer bodies?

Take my money and give me those calendars!

About The Firefighters Calendar

The Firefighters Calendar began in 1993, with the hopes of raising funds for children who are victims of burns. Since then, these gorgeous, hot men, have been raising hundreds, or even thousands of dollars to help reduce the pain and burden brought about by severe burns in children every year.

At present, the Firefighters Calendar is supporting the Children’s Hospital Foundation and the Westmead Children’s Hospital Burns unit. While their programs are mostly directed to these two institutions, the group said they are enthusiastic to extend their help to other hospitals around Australia.

The funds collated from the calendar mostly help in buying important medical equipment and conducting more comprehensive research studies and clinical trials, which may pave the way for more effective and less painful treatments for burns in children.

To date, the Firefighters Calendar have donated more than $1 million to projects that aim to improve burns treatment, reduce embarrassing scarring and boost other medical interventions related to burns.

As added treat, watch the official video of the photoshoot below. We know you want more.

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