SILVER SPRING, Md. (WUSA) -- A dozen women from the Riderwood retirement community bared it all for a good cause.
The group posed for a charity calendar titled "Going Bare for Benevolent Care." All the proceeds will go towards a special fund that helps residents in financial need.
"Our calendar gives information about the Benevolent Care Fund's needs in a different, eye-catching way," said Beth Gordon, who is Miss November.
Gordon also heads the project, which as been in the works for over a year. The photo shoot began in March and ran through June on the 120-acre Riderwood campus.
"The models came to the shoots with some trepidation, but our team made them relax and laugh so their personalities were revealed," said Gordon.
The tricky part were the outdoor shots, according to Gordon.
""When we did the Harley Davidson motorcycle shot, we're sure the residents working in the nearby gardens wondered what was going on."
The calendars will go on sale September 10th at $15 dollars each.
For more information about the "Going Bare for Benevolent Care" calendar visit www.riderwoodlife.org/BCF.