It's not every day you can dress up in drag to raise money for MS.
Taking part in the 'Blow a kiss goodbye to MS' fundraising project, Joblink Plus jumped at the chance to have a bit of fun for a good cause.
While the team created a bit of levity in the Tamworth office, the reason for taking part was a personal one.
Community Engagement Manager Katherine Higgins said they had many people in their workplace who were living with a loved one with MS.
"This was our way of showing them that we support them whole-heartedly," Ms Higgins explained.
"It is great to take part in a welcome distraction, and to have a bit of a laugh as well."
Not doing anything by halves, the Joblink Plus across the region has raised $2500, a far cry from their original goal of $200.
"Kiss goodbye to MS is just about wearing red lipstick, but we wanted to get as many donations as we could," Ms Higgins said.
"So we set ourselves more challenges, and we've ended up here with the boys in drag."
The men had to beg, borrow and steal clothing items from partners, friends and wives.
The end result was an interesting combination of Christmas versus Charleston, with a bit of hippy thrown in for good measure.
"Everyone has really embraced it, and gotten behind a really worthy cause," Ms Higgins said.
Referrals and registrations for job seekers are increasing in Tamworth, not in alarming amounts, she says, but it's a way to bring some positive to the front line.
"Something like this is an opportunity for us keeps the spirits of our staff up, and letting everyone know we are still here, still providing services."
MS Research Australia's mission is to accelerate research targeting the prevention, better treatments and a cure for multiple sclerosis.
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