The calendar for 2017 that got tongues wagging this year has raised thousands for mental health awareness.
The Off the Leash calendar was created by brave Charles Sturt University third year veterinary science students who ditched the robes and got nude for a good cause.
Student representative Darcy Doyle said sales went better than expected.
“They’ve made their way into every state in Australia and we’ve even sent a few to the like of the USA, UK and France, so hopefully we are getting a few people talking about mental health,” Mr Doyle said.
“We’ve had some great support from Riverina Producers Markets, although I think they might have sold out.”
The group has raised just shy of $8000 for the Black Dog Institute through sales and some generous donations.
You can still purchase the calendar here.
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