The calendar project was organized by Northern Ontario Business operations manager Kimberley Wahamaa, who was diagnosed with breast cancer this past spring.
They cost $15 each, and feature a different person each month who was diagnosed with breast cancer when they were under the age of 50.
Angels in Pink washcloths will also be available for $5 each at the booth.
Proceeds go towards Angels in Pink Fund, through the Northern Cancer Foundation, which is in turn spent on breast cancer early detection equipment in Sudbury.
The calendar will also be available for purchase at the following locations: Northern Life, Second Avenue Home Hardware, A&J Home Hardware, Trade Secrets, House of Bras, Sudbury Hyundai, Sudbury Paint & Custom Framing, REST Centre and the Northern Cancer Foundation.
Wahamaa has also started a website featuring the stories of those who have been diagnosed with breast cancer. For more information, visit www.trustyourbust.com.