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The hottest calendar in Vancouver needs help selecting its 2022 models (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

Professional firefighter models will be making hearts melt even more by posing with adorable four-legged companions.
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The Vancouver Firefighters Charities is asking for help choosing who will grace the pages of the 35th annual 2022 Hall of Flame calendar.

The hottest Vancouver calendar of the year needs your help selecting its sizzling new lineup. 

Every year, the Vancouver Firefighter Charities (VFC) releases a scorching hot calendar complete with a selection of firefighter models to raise money for at-risk children, adults and families throughout the province of British Columbia.

For the first time ever, the VFC is asking the public to help decide who will grace the pages of the 35th annual Hall of Flame calendar by voting online

While casting models for the 2022 Hall of Flame calendar, VFC has selected 18 potential candidates from within its firefighter ranks: 10 from Vancouver, six from Delta, one from New Westminster, and one from North Vancouver. 

Supporters will be invited to vote for their favourite firefighters online from Monday, June 14 to Saturday, June 28. Following the public voting period, the top 12 earn a place in next year’s steamy calendar. 

Also new for the 2022 edition, professional firefighter models will be making hearts melt even more by posing with adorable four-legged companions. A variety of ‘hot dogs’ and loveable puppies will appear across the pages of the 12-month wall calendar alongside some of the city’s hottest firsts responders. 

The legendary Hall of Flame calendar is VFC’s longest running charitable fundraiser and is made possible each year thanks to dozens of professional firefighters and members of the public who volunteer their time and expertise to support the campaign. Proceeds from the 2022 calendar sales will be donated to BC Professional Firefighters Burn Fund in addition to VFC’s own charitable outreach programs for at-risk communities throughout British Columbia, including Snacks for Kids and Lifelines for Seniors. To date, the fundraiser has raised more than 1,000,000 for communities in need in Vancouver and beyond.

“After more than a year of unprecedented hardship within our communities, we're inviting all members of the public to have a little fun this summer and help us choose the firefighters they want to appear in our 2022 Hall of Flame calendar,” says Hall of Flame Calendar Coordinator Brandon Kaye.

 

To learn more about the 2022 VFC Hall of Flame candidates and to cast your vote for the region’s hottest firefighters follow @thefirefighterscalendar on Instagram and Facebook

Learn more about the fundraising work of Vancouver Firefighter Charities and donate to this year’s Hall of Flame Calendar fundraiser.