Have you ever heard of Australian firefighters doing God’s work? We can say with certainty that Australia is full of heroes who do not hesitate to save endangered species from these unprecedented wildfires.
The charity is releasing a calendar for 2022 to help animals in need, further proving that they continue their tradition not only on duty but also off duty. The Australian Firefighters Calendar has produced six editions in its 29th year. Everyone’s favorite cats, dogs, horses, classics and mixed animals (including wildlife in the country) Issues are always offered here. For the first time, however, a summer edition calendar of firefighters having fun on the beach and having fun in the sun has just been released.
The cover of its inaugural version also includes Matt Haydon, one of Australia’s best firefighters, and it seems time has come for these heroes to take their endeavor to the international stage. This Australian Firefighters Calendar has partnered with Greater Good Charities, a well-known organization based in the United States, to support important causes on the ground. The specialty here is supporting the Greater Good Charities’ Rescue Rebuild program, which helps to renovate lodges that help pets and caregivers who have been abused by sales or domestic violence on this year’s calendar.
From its humble beginnings 2 years ago, the hospital was founded by a handful of enthusiastic veterinarians and nurses, and with the determination of the local community in Byron Bay, they were able to raise enough money to build Australia’s first mobile wildlife hospital!
U.S. support for Byron Bay Wildlife Hospital has been tremendous and continues to this day. .”The money raised by our U.S. fans went to help severely injured Australian native animals. Byron Bay Wildlife Hospital was an incredible local charity sponsored by Calendar Donation.”
For the first time in its 29-year history, a calendar has been printed outside the Australian market for the US market. The calendars will be printed in Dallas, Texas and distributed to US, Canadian, South American and Asian supporters. The idea of moving the iconic calendar to the United States is a direct result of the goodwill between the two countries.