Ryanair Seeks Charity to Receive Cabin Crew Calendar Proceeds

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Ryanair is currently searching for a charity partner to receive the entire sales proceeds (up to 100,000) from the 2012 edition of its Ryanair Cabin Crew Charity Calendar.

Charities interested in receiving up to 100,000 from the 2012 Ryanair Cabin Crew Charity Calendar should submit a Powerpoint presentation (limited to ten slides) before midnight Sunday 25th September 2011, explaining why they should be selected by Ryanair cabin crew to become the 2012 charity partner and how they will spend the funds

Sales from Ryanairs 2012 Cabin Crew Charity Calendar, which will feature at least 12 of Ryanairs cabin crew, will bring the total raised by Ryanairs cabin crew to over 500,000 in just five years.

Ryanairs Stephen McNamara said, Ryanairs stunning cabin crew will once again strip-off to raise much needed funds for charity. Since the launch of the first Cabin Crew Charity Calendar in 2008 our inflight team have raised over 400,000 for great causes, including Angels Quest, Dublin Simon Community, KIDS and De Tafel. This year we expect to raise another 100,000 for another great charity.

Registered charities can apply to partner with Ryanairs 2012 Cabin Crew Charity Calendar by emailing a presentation (of not more than 10 slides) before midnight 25th September. Applicants should include:

- A brief background/history of the charity and its work.
 - An outline of what the 100,000 proceeds will be used for.
- Registered charity number.
-  Contact details.

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