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2015 Charleston Firefighter Calendar To Benefit Charleston Animal Society

Charleston Firefighter Calendar

(Photo Credit: Charleston Animal Society)

Even in these frigid temperatures cute puppies and brave firefighters bonding is a heartwarming story. The 2015 Charleston Firefighter Calendar has been the talk of the town and even had the Today Show, Buzz Feed, Elite Daily and the Daily Mail UK buzzing. The Charleston Animal Society  is South Carolina‘s largest animal rescue organization.

With a goal of No Kill Charleston 2015, the Charleston Animal Society combats cruelty to animals with innovative scientific-based strategies, a large scale spay/neuter program, educational outreach and other humanitarian programs. The society has several celebrity endorsements including Martha Stewart, who said “Charleston Animal Society is doing such an amazing job of saving lives of healthy and treatable animals. I applaud their efforts to see No Kill Charleston 2015 become a reality.”No Kill Charleston 2015

The 2015 Charleston Firefighter Calendar sales go directly to support Toby’s Fund, a medical fund that pays for life-saving treatment of thousands of animals every year. Featuring fifteen animal-loving local firefighters and their furry friends the calendar is helping keeping Charleston a No Kill Community in 2015.

The 2015 Charleston Animal Society Firefighter Calendar features 15 of the area’s bravest animal-loving firefighters. This year they have added a new twist to the calendar. Bring your calendar to life with the free Layar app. point your device at the calendar month image (like you are taking a picture) and you will see the calendar come to life. Layar is available in the iPhone app store, Google Play, Window apps and Blackberry apps.

To purchase, please click  here.



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