Luna, a commercial and glamour model has launched her first calendar with proceeds going to ex-servicemen and women.
BEDFORD, BEDFORDSHIRE, UNITED KINGDOM, November 30, 2016 /EINPresswire.com/ —
The UK is home to over 3 million ex-servicemen and women. Of which over 75,000 have been effected by the most recent wars in the Middle East. Funds from the calendar sales will be donated to Jobs for Homeless Soldiers (http://j4hs.com) a not for profit group, hoping to provide training in the security industry, and resettlement, for homeless and vulnerable ex-forces personnel.
Luna, who has been published in Nuts, Bizarre and the Daily Star has put her talents to good use, she says: ‘ex-servicemen and women can suffer physical disabilities, mental health issues, post-traumatic stress disorder and homelessness. They fought and dedicated their lives to keep us safe. The proceeds from the calendar will go towards the services that help these heroes to re-adapt to life outside of the forces. It is unimaginable what some of these we will be helping have been through.’
Five pounds from every calendar sold will be donated to veterans in the UK who have fought in any battles on behalf of the armed forces.
The calendar is the work of Birmingham based photographer Paul Cotterill and The Calendar Company, a design and print agency who supply some of the UK’s biggest charities and businesses with professional calendars.
To buy a calendar visit www.lunathemodel.com
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