If you haven't purchased your 2010 calendar yet (or are looking for a last minute holiday gift), lots of nonprofits publish calendars.
I asked my Facebook and Twitter pals for suggestions, and they came up with the list below:
- Amnesty International
- Antenna Theater's Ecological Calendar (They have an iPhone app too!)
- Arthritis Foundation
- Canadian Down Syndrome Society
- David Suzuki Foundation
- Defenders of Wildlife (with donation)
- Global Exchange
- Golden Retriever Club of America
- Holt International
- Humane Society (check your region's branch)
- International Campaign for Tibet
- Lower Eastside Girls Club
- New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs (not really a nonprofit, but very pretty calendar)
- Nature Conservancy of Canada
- Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society
- Save the Children Canada
- SEVA Canada
- Sierra Club
- Students for a Free Tibet
- The Home for Little Wanderers
- Western Canada Wilderness Committee
I'm sure there are lots of community and regional nonprofits that publish calendars too, like the ones listed in this Idaho Statesman article, Buy these calendars to help out nonprofits. According to the article, the Zoo Boise has a Poop of the Month calendar that features different species and their feces. Hilarious.
What are other fabulous calendars produced by nonprofits that should be added to the list?
A big thanks to all of the folks on Twitter and Facebook who sent me nonprofit calendar suggestions: @maggieleithead of Charity Village, @CoreyPud and Kate Millea of Convio, @coldmtn of Rikshaw Films, Kory Taylor, Marylee McInnes, Gwen Rose, Milo Sybrant of Amnesty International USA, Stacy Colwell, Morra Aarons-Mele of Women & Work and BlogHer, Roger Carr of the Everyday Giving Blog, and Douglas Patinka.
Cross-posted from BlogHer.com.