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Six Wall Calendars That Benefit Nonprofits

November 23, 2012

For millennia human beings have been watching, documenting, and turning the pages of time and it’s a tradition that will continue in 2013. In our household we have four calendars and the first day of each month is always met with the anticipation of flipping over to the next month to see what new picture will be revealed and how it will change the semblance of the room. All six calendars listed below are produced by nonprofits, gorgeous, and make great holidays gifts – especially for those that love travel, the great outdoors, and wildlife conservation:

1. World Wildlife Fund Wall Calendars

2. Sierra Club Wall Calendar

3. National Park Foundation Wall Calendar

4. Greenpeace International

5. Audubon Society

6. Amnesty International

Related Links:
22 Online Gift Stores That Benefit Nonprofits
11 Holiday Gift Programs That Benefit Nonprofits

4 Comments leave one →
  1. November 26, 2012 5:08 pm

    You forgot the Pink Ribbon Calendar

  2. November 27, 2012 5:44 am

    Would love the opportunity to share our non-profit calendar with everyone. Unfortunately we’re not in Barnes & Noble.

  3. November 27, 2012 9:09 am

    There’s also a new calendar from Protect Our Winters ( featuring snowboarding photography from around the world and support from a wide range of winter sports brands. POW does great work advocating around climate change and its affect on the planet and the winter sports community.
    (BTW, I couldn’t find any info on the Protect Our Winters website about how much of the proceeds go back to them for each calendar sold)


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