2017 Perth Firefighters Calendar on sale!

Support children in the Total Care Burns Unit at Princess Margaret Hospital and the soon-to-open Perth Children’s Hospital for 12 months of the year!

For the first time ever, there are two editions available: colour and platinum black & white! There are different images of the firefighters in each so buying both is recommended (they’re both $15)

Perth Firefighters Calendar two editions      Grab your copies here.

The Perth Firefighters Calendar is the only official Western Australian firefighters calendar and proceeds go towards helping child burns patients in Western Australia. Since 2008, over $800,000 has been raised in support of the Total Care Burns Unit. The funds have been used to purchase state-of-the-art equipment such as the CO2 Laser, and a burns bath that helps with removal of bandages, as well as vital research projects. The support of the calendar means that PMH’s Burns Unit is one of the most well-equipped in Australia.

 

To find out more visit their website.

Perth Firefighters Calendar Launch party

The 2017 Perth Firefighters Calendar was launched on Friday 7 October at an event at Eve Nightclub, Crown Perth. All 15 of the 2017 calendar crew took to the stage for a night of dancing and fundraising for the Total Care Burns Unit at Princess Margaret Hospital – which will soon be replaced by Perth Children’s Hospital. A total of $7,110 was raised on the night through live auctions, calendar sales and raffles!

Mr May 2016 Cam Cranley who is currently appearing on a reality TV show made a special appearance at the event and the opportunity to take a picture on stage with him was auctioned off for $1200!

If you missed out on the event you can find loads of photos and video at the Perth Firefighters Calendar Facebook page and Instagram account.

Purchase your 2017 Perth Firefighters Calendar now.

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