Like we needed a reason to love those Bachie boys a little bit harder, they now have banded together to support Georgia Love and Pancare Australia.
Georgia, who lost her mum Belinda to pancreatic cancer in October this year, has been blown away by the efforts of her would-be boyfriends, who have auctioned themselves off for a date.
So far, they’ve raised $10,000 for the Pancare charity.
“It’s official, the boys cast for this year’s @bacheloretteau are the absolute best,” wrote Georgia on her Instagram.
“And you’ve got 4 more hours to bid to go on a date with them!!!! Quick, head to www.pancare.org.au before 5pm or you’ll miss out!! It’s all for a good cause (charity, yes, but also your enjoyment)”
My goodness! On bids alone, we've raised almost $10,000 for @pancareaus through the boys' charity luncheon in conjunction with @morrisjones_co!! I am so proud of my man for not only coming up with the idea but organising the whole thing and am so humbled and touched that so many of the boys are getting on board to help out such an important and worthy cause. Now to those of you lucky enough to be going along on Saturday, have fun! And remember @leeroyelliott is chaperoning, not dating!! ???????????? #handsoffhesmine #jokingbutnotreally #pancare #bacheloretteau #thebachiebunchAdvertisement
All but three of the 2016 Bachelorette contestants will participate in the celebrity auction this Saturday (17th December) at Morris Jones restaurant on Melbourne’s Chapel Street.
The event was organised by the winner – and Georgia’s current partner – Lee Elliot, who has managed to bring the majority of the contestants from around Australia to join him.
“It could have been an awkward situation for everyone, but these guys are all amazing, incredible guys and so generous with everything,” he said to the Herald Sun.
“I did a phone around and gave them a call, I’m so proud to call them all mates,” he said.
“Nothing was an issue, they are flying in from all around the country, all out of their own pockets.”
A massive CHEERS to these 3 legends and the other 8 incredible Bachie Boys who have put aside all personal agendas to travel from near and far out of their own pocket to be at the @pancareaus charity lunch at @morrisjones_co this weekend! Your selfless acts have raised just shy of $10,000 for the Pancare Foundation!!! I could not be more grateful nor be any prouder to call you not only mates but brothers!!! The auction may have finished but you can still donate by heading to www.pancare.org.au #pancare #bacheloretteau #brothersfromanothermother
In an Instagram post, Lee refers to his fellow constestants not just as mates, but ‘brothers’.
We’re not crying, you’re crying.
Whilst the online bidding closed yesterday, you can still head down to Morris Jones at 163 Chapel St, Windsor this Saturday between 2pm – 4pm, for your chance to meet the Bachelorette boys… and maybe slip them your number in person.
For more information head to https://www.pancare.org.au/attend-event/chance-dine-bachelorette-boys/