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Causes Calendar.com is the national charity events calendar, nonprofit job bank, events search engine, and nonprofit resources guide. This charity calendar promotes fundraising events, helping organizations help themselves.


Nonprofit Career Opportunities

Associate Director, Fundraising and Major Gifts American Diabetes Association Chicago, IL 
Internship - Special Events - (unpaid) American Diabetes Association Chicago, IL 
Faith Relations Manager Habitat for Humanity of Orange County Santa Ana, CA 
Director of Annual Fund Alzheimer's Association, Orange County Chapter Irvine, CA 
Senior Major Gifts Officer – Los Angeles ASPCA Los Angeles, CA 
Annual Giving Program Manager The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens San Marino, CA 
Security Officer The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens San Marino, CA 
Executive Director Of Development, Paul Merage School of Bus UC Irvine, University Advancement Irvine, CA 

You can support charities and other nonprofit organizations by going to their special events. From relays to pancake breakfasts to gala dinners, there are thousands of events in communities across the country that offer opportunities for participation in meaningful activities that support worthy causes. This website contains a searchable charity events calendar that can enpower you to discover worthwhile entertainment.

Causes Calendar is a directory of charity happenings and other philanthropic fundraising activities across America. With our proprietary search engine, you can browse the United States nonprofit events database by date, organization, location, activity type, and cause category. You can even query by keywords or phrases. For example, use the nonprofit events calendar to find all charity run/walks nationwide, or find just Special Olympic events near you, or search for all California events that mention Pierce Brosnan. Even view your favorite charity videos. Also, visit our Blog for Causes to read or post heart warming stories and informative articles.

Our Nonprofit Job Bank allows not-for-profit organizations to list their job openings, and job seekers to search the nationwide database of nonprofit career opportunities.


Upcoming Special Events

09/12/2015  2015 Walk to End Alzheimer's - Wichita Walk  Alzheimer's Association Wichita, KS
09/18/2015  Harbor to the Bay charity bike ride  AIDS Action Committee Boston, MA
09/19/2015  2015 Walk to End Alzheimer's - Dodge City  Alzheimer's Association Dodge City, KS
09/19/2015  2015 Walk to End Alzheimer's- Western Tidewater, Suffolk, VA  Alzheimer's Association Suffolk, VA
09/19/2015  Hot Wheels: Race to Win  Discovery Cube Orange County Santa Ana, CA
09/20/2015  PurpleStride San Diego 2015  Pancreatic Cancer Action Network - San Diego San Diego, CA
09/26/2015  2015 Walk to End Alzheimer's Northern Virginia  Alzheimer's Association Reston, VA
10/03/2015  2015 Walk - The Collection at RiverPark  Alzheimer's Association Oxnard, CA

Harbor to the Bay charity bike ride

Have you always wanted to do a long-distance bike ride, but never thought you could make it? Well, so have many past Harbor to the Bay participants who, until joining the ride, had never ridden more than 10 miles!

Make an impact on the lives of those living with HIV/AIDS in Massachusetts by participating in Harbor to the Bay on September 19th with AIDS Action Commitee and clebrate your accomplishments as you cross the finish line this year.  Since 2003, Harbor to the Bay’s enthusiasm and grassroots...


Why I Walk

Payton Molnar-Matz

Somerville resident Kelly Rush will be participating in this year’s AIDS Walk. He’s got a pretty interesting personal story.

At 6.2 miles, the AIDS Walk Boston route is not very long compared to other fundraising walks. But for Kelly Rush, it represents a long journey to self-acceptance.

Since he first started walking in 2011, Rush and his team, now called Divas and Devils, have raised more than $21,000 for AIDS Action Committee, making them one of AIDS Walk Boston’s most prolific fundraising groups. It’s a long way from where he was 15 years ago—or even six years ago.

On July 11, 2001 Rush was taken by ambulance to Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital with a high fever and severe dehydration. He was treated and released that day, but a week later, his worst fear was confirmed:

Wish to be a Superhero

Wish to be a Superhero

Loma Linda, CA – When Michael was in the hospital, he discovered his superhero powers. The nurses all called him the man of steel. And little by little, he realized that with enough imagination, he could run super-fast and fly – could even smile through chemotherapy and flex his arms after a round of radiation. He wasn’t just Michael, a boy with a daredevil streak and a surgical scar on his belly. He was Flying Michael… the Batman! For Michael, he knew his wish was to become a superhero and save the city.

On his wish day, Michael received a call from the mayor of the city. The city needed help: a villain named CatScan had taken hostages and demanded a $5 million ransom. Michael dutifully heeded the call and went to solve the crime. A city official brought out Michael’s new superhero outfit: Blue boots, a blue cap, a cape and a gray muscle shirt with his Flying Michael Batman logo – FMB – in white letters over a yellow ribbon. And then city leaders presented Michael with his magic shield.