17 Madrid Policewomen Pose Semi-Nude for Haiti

17 Madrid Policewomen Pose Semi-Nude for Haiti

Madrid : Spain | Feb 12, 2010 at 2:02 AM PST
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Policewomen in Action for Haiti

Municipal policewomen from Navalagamella and Fuenlabrada, have posed semi-nude for a calendar of solidarity in order to raise funds for earthquake victims in Haiti.

Seventeen women from the local police force of these two municipalities of Madrid and one of its police dogs are featured in this calendar, "to contribute their bit in helping the millions of homeless in the disaster in Haiti, thus embodying the full spirit of their profession: the unconditional service to others, "said Francisco Cano, who leads the local police chief of Fuenlabrada.

Between the covers of the calendar, the developers stressed the "courage" in December, starring a pregnant policewoman "who wanted to be part of this generous initiative and representing life expectancy."

The calendar has been created with the collaboration of photographers from the Photographic Association of La Paz Fuenlabrada, creativity designer Juan Moro and sponsorship of 11 companies in Madrid. The donation of five euros will go to the care and protection of the smallest victims through the actions of UNICEF, who will receive the full amount of all funds received.

Those interested in collaborating with this initiative can purchase the calendar in Madrid at the headquarters of the Fuenlabrada Local Police, Loranca malls and Station Square, Parts Reyes, 'Viñarás Brothers' Peugeot dealer establishments, and via e-mail at mujerespoliciaporhaiti@gmail.com.

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