The After Hours naked charity calendar shows that it's not just us Brits who will whip off clothing for a worthy cause. The Aussies are getting in on the action too
The Naked, Strewth has gone international. Move over British bottoms, the Aussies are getting in on the action. The After Hours naked charity calendar is brimming with farming and fieldy frolicks from Down Under. Masterminded by the University of Sydney’s veterinary students, these game Australians are raising money for We’re For The Bush drought appeal.
We are kicking on to the sporting derrières and sterling charities of 2017. But it’s never too late in the year to champion a cracking cause. Stand with Sydney’s students and make a donation to NSW Farmers.
AFTER HOURS NAKED CHARITY CALENDAR 2016
Sydneysiders from the land Down Under are spreading the word on how to raise countryside funds Brit-style. For thirty years Sydney’s veterinary students have upheld the southern hemisphere’s joy de vivre and charitable spirit. And cheeringly those fine fourth years are yet to disappoint. The After Hours naked charity calendar 2016 has been a sterling sell-out success. Considering the example set by last year’s game gels and chaps responsible for the Under the Overalls naked charity calendar 2015, we expected nothing less.
These stellar Sydneysiders only needed a pair of wellies and a few carefully placed, co-operative chickens to create a top notch charity calendar. So their day job demands tending to the animals. But Sydney’s veterinary students are using their calendar to champion the farmers.
We’re For the Bush drought appeal was established by a group of concerned organisations. It’s aim is to help the farmers of New South Wales and their communities in times of need. Hence it provides funding to drought stricken farmers for grocery or fodder vouchers and cash grants to support their families and farming operations. All donations to the appeal will be distributed to help drought affected farmers and their families.
To find out more or to make a donation visit the NSW Farmers website. The Field has also contributed to the cause.