Employees at Masternaut bared all recently in a daring photoshoot to raise money for a breast cancer charity.
More than 30 Masternaut employees took part in the photoshoot, which saw women wearing nothing but pink ties in different locations around the company, while male members of the team donned pink hard-hats.
Employee Sonya Greer, 30, from Wakefield, who organised the fundraising event, was diagnosed with breast cancer in June 2008 aged just 27 and is now in remission thanks to the help and support she received as a visitor to The Haven centre in Leeds.
“Everyone jumped at the chance to get involved with the photoshoot to create our notebook, which we have called Supporting a Safer Journey,” said Greer.
“Getting people to expose themselves for charity was a huge ask but they’ve done it and I’m eternally grateful. Sometimes you need to do something really bold to get your message across - and this has been a great way to fundraise and really spread the word.”
The photos will be featuring in a luxurious notebook that will be sold, with all proceeds going to The Haven.
To find out more visit www.masternaut.co.uk/haven.