Now in its 28th year, the world’s most popular calendar is back for 2021. Andafter the year we’ve all had, the Australian Firefighters Calendar iscertainly a sight for sore eyes.
From its humble beginnings, The Australian Firefighters Calendar wasestablished in 1993 to support the Children’s Hospital Foundation, providingfunds for research into childhood burns. Now in its 28th year, The AustralianFirefighters Calendar has raised over $3.2 million for various charities.
This year the 2021 calendars will be donating to the native animal charitiesthat are vital to supporting the fragile wildlife.
You can purchase the all calendars at www.australianfirefighterscalendar.com
2019 and early 2020 was a particularly devastating time, and the world grievedwith Australia as we suffered through catastrophic bushfires, and an estimatedloss of 1 billion animals from our diverse native wildlife. While the firesmay have gone, the destroyed bushland has made it impossible for many of thedisplaced wildlife to return to their natural habitat. __
“No one was left unaffected watching our precious wildlife trying to escapefrom the bushfires, and the loss of wildlife is beyond comprehension. Everyoneat the Australian Firefighters Calendar decided that all our efforts needed tobe focussed on Australian Wildlife this year”.
David Rogers – Director – Australian Firefighters Calendar
This year the popular Animal Lovers Calendar will be more important than ever.The 2021 Animal Lovers Calendar will play a vital role in treating injuredwildlife from the recent fires. Funds from last year’s 2020 calendar helpedpay for new equipment and supplies as for nearly 6 months, Dr Michael Pyne andhis team of vets and volunteers worked around the clock to save streams ofkoalas, wombats, kangaroos and birdlife.
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