A group of hardy Kangaroo Valley men are set to grow mos and get their kit off for a fundraising calendar for Beyond Blue.
At the same time the group will also be raising the awareness of the prevention of suicide within their community.
The men are bravely grouping together in the support of the men's health initiative, shedding some layers and shooting a calendar to raise funds and awareness in time for Movember.
Of course, they will also be growing moustaches as part of the fundraiser.
The well-known locals include local business owners and workers from within the community and even Valley cop Todd Cremer.
"We've had some tragedies in the Valley and we saw this as a way to raise some funds for Beyond Blue and also create community awareness," Senior Constable Cremer said.
"In short, there are 12 local blokes who are bravely going to shed their clothing covered only in glorious mos of their choosing to assist in raising funds."
Senior Constable Cremer, who only recently moved to the Valley, said the response to the plan had been superb.
"Instead of asking people to donate money, I thought this would be a great way to generate some relations with the community by putting forward some role models (being the featured blokes) and having a laugh while generating some funds towards a worthy cause which I strongly support."
So far Darren Kelly, Dave Selby, Peter Thompson, Dion Larkins, Jamie Salkeld, Pete Unger, Keith Moloney, Todd Cremer, Sam Brewer, Simon Shine, Nick Gardner, Brad Hawthorne and Mike Hayes have agreed to take part in the production.
The group is still seeking interested businesses to assist with putting the production together.
It is also hoped others might see the "featured men" as being approachable and be a "willing ear to listen" and a "support group".
"When they are ready, we hope to hold a function at The Friendly Inn, Moss Vale Road, Kangaroo Valley to launch and then sell the calendars," Senior Constable Cremer said.
"We will be selling the calendars and auctioning off some of our services to the highest bidder."
It is hoped the calendars will sell for around $15 to $20 each.
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