Australian stars like Sophie Monk, Natalie Roser and David Genat strip for a good cause
The Australian stars got naked to raise money for the Stroke Foundation.
Celebrities such as Sophie Monk, Natalie Roser, Lee Carseldine and David Genat take part in the “Napkin Challenge,” which involves putting one napkin down for a calendar.
The campaign raises funds for the Stroke Foundation, which prevents and treats strokes.
To take off! Australian stars such as Sophie Monk, Natalie Roser and David Genat (pictured) got naked to raise money for the Stroke Foundation
Former reality TV star Lee Carseldine said the social media campaign helped raise awareness.
“ I didn’t even know there was a foundation for stroke, ” he told the Daily Telegraph.
Lee explained, “ Cancer seems to get more publicity because it’s a common enemy and an enemy that everyone wants to beat.
Participate: The stars participate in the “napkin challenge”, which consists of putting nothing more than a napkin for a calendar. Natalie Roser pictured
“ While stroke usually takes someone’s life instantly and there isn’t that hatred like there is with cancer. ”
Last month, the former cricketer appealed to celebrities who would be ready to remove their equipment in the name of charity.
Lee also campaigned for stroke awareness during the coronavirus pandemic and last year’s timeline raised a staggering $ 50,000.
All for a good cause! The campaign raises funds and raises awareness of the Stroke Foundation, which prevents and treats strokes. Sophie Monk in the photo
Support: Former reality TV star Lee Carseldine (pictured) said the social media campaign helped raise awareness
The Stroke Foundation Towel Challenge is a project that Lee is passionate about.
During the 2019 season of Survivor: Australia, he was forced to leave the jungle early and return home after finding out his mother Elizabeth had had a stroke.
Sadly, she passed away an hour later.
Lee’s Towel Challenge for the Stroke Foundation is a project close to his heart