Brave members of staff from a North-East builders merchants have stripped off to help raise money for two charities.
Employees from Garioch Plant Hire (GPH) Builders Merchants based in Inverurie, Westhill and Stonehaven have stripped off to pose for the company’s 2016 calendar.
The money raised from the calendar sales will be split between CLAN Cancer Support and Alzheimer Scotland.
Staff posed for the calendar at the Inverurie branch.
GPH sales and marketing director, Nikki Mortimer, said: “Choosing to strip off for the calendar was a very brave decision for our employees to make and we are extremely proud of everyone who agreed to take part.
“Everyone involved really got in to the spirit of things, which we feel shines through in the end result.
“Our customers have always been very supportive of our charity fundraising efforts and we hope that by raising a few smiles we will encourage people to dig deep and support these two worthy causes this festive season.”
CLAN CEO, Colette Backwell, said: “We are delighted to have the support of GPH and cannot thank the team enough for choosing CLAN.
“We are always grateful for the generosity shown by those throughout the areas we serve.”
Rachel Smith, head of corporate partnerships for Alzheimer Scotland, added: “We really appreciate the dedication and enthusiasm of GPH Builders Merchants.
“There are over 90,000 people with dementia in Scotland.
“The money raised by GPH will help us to make sure that none of them have to face dementia alone.”
Calendars are available from all three GPH branches.