Big Sunday happily welcomes you to Our Really Big Community Calendar

We try to include all kinds of volunteering and helping opportunities for all kinds of interests, talents, passions, and ages! As you’ll see, these include volunteering opportunities (one-time and long-term) as well as the chance to support a nonprofit by attending fundraising events. Plus, of course, we include all of Big Sunday’s homegrown events, too! Whoever you are, and whatever you do, there is someone out there who could use your help.

If you have questions about our calendar, or would like to add a listing, please contact calendar@bigsunday.org or submit your event/opportunity via the button below.

Big Sunday Event Giving Opportunity! One-time Volunteer Opportunity Ongoing Volunteer Opportunity
Nov
15
Fri
Homeless Service Center @ St. Joseph Center
Nov 15 @ 8:00 am – 12:00 pm

Our Homeless Service Center connects homeless individuals and families with services, housing and case management. We provide laundry facilities, showers, mail boxes and assistance with registering to receive hot meals at Bread & Roses Cafe.

Volunteer duties include: Assisting homeless clients with making appointments for services (laundry, showers, meals, etc.), sorting mail, and providing other assistance as needed.

Requirements include being able to stand for long periods of time, alphabetize mail, greet clients, etc

Nov
17
Sun
Local Transportation for Seniors @ Westside Pacific Villages
Nov 17 all-day

Our seniors deserve to stay in their homes and engaged in the communities they love. Westside PacificVillages is making that happen.

WPV is not a retirement facility or caregiving agency. We are a non-profit organization coordinating a network of local volunteers to assist our members with everyday life.

Transportation is our number one service requested, given that many of our members can no longer drive. Getting out and about is a necessary and integral part of maintaining a healthy, happy life. These local trips often take less than 30 minutes and volunteers can choose to do just one-way if not both ways.

Daytime Drivers – Volunteers are needed throughout the week to drive members to/from medical appointments, social events, beauty shop/barber, the grocery store, and assist with other general errands.

Weekend Drivers – Volunteers are needed to drive members to/from religious services, the grocery store, and assist with other general errands.

One Generation Farmers Market Volunteer @ One Generation
Nov 17 @ 7:00 am – 1:00 pm

Every Sunday volunteers sign in at 7am and out at 1pm to help greet at the entrance gates and offer information about ONEgeneration services, help at the Bagel or Book booths, or assist a Farmers or small business for the day.  This event is a walk in position so you can come any Sunday that you are available from 7am to 1pm, no partial shifts.  

When volunteers sign out at 1pm they will receive a completion letter for their hours if needed. 

If you have questions about this weekly volunteer event please email [masked]

We hope to see you soon at the Encino Farmers Market!

100% of the proceeds from all ONEgeneration booths and entrance gates support the programs we offer the community. 

Stroll the Art and Architecture of Belmont Heights @ Belmont Heights
Nov 17 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm

You Are Cordially Invited To This Free Public Event

Stroll the Art and Architecture of Belmont Heights

Sunday, November 17th, 2019

12:00 noon to 5:00 p.m.

Take a leisurely walk in Belmont Heights to visit four homes filled with art by local artists!

Most art is for sale and just in time for the holidays!

Use our map to learn about historic events, street names and interesting architecture.

(maps are available at each home & via email ahead of time)

The stroll is 3/4 of a mile, self-guided and can be walked in any order at your own pace.

 

You Must RSVP To Receive Your Map To Participating Homes

FREE! But please RSVP to:  president@mybelmontheights.org

Or call 562-285-3860.  Map of open homes will be emailed to those who RSVP

 

Artists will be at each house, sharing their process.

Check out some of their work here:   http://www.winberry.com/bha2/index.htm

 

Presented by the Belmont Heights Artists' Association

and the Belmont Heights Community Association

Nov
24
Sun
Local Transportation for Seniors @ Westside Pacific Villages
Nov 24 all-day

Our seniors deserve to stay in their homes and engaged in the communities they love. Westside PacificVillages is making that happen.

WPV is not a retirement facility or caregiving agency. We are a non-profit organization coordinating a network of local volunteers to assist our members with everyday life.

Transportation is our number one service requested, given that many of our members can no longer drive. Getting out and about is a necessary and integral part of maintaining a healthy, happy life. These local trips often take less than 30 minutes and volunteers can choose to do just one-way if not both ways.

Daytime Drivers – Volunteers are needed throughout the week to drive members to/from medical appointments, social events, beauty shop/barber, the grocery store, and assist with other general errands.

Weekend Drivers – Volunteers are needed to drive members to/from religious services, the grocery store, and assist with other general errands.

One Generation Farmers Market Volunteer @ One Generation
Nov 24 @ 7:00 am – 1:00 pm

Every Sunday volunteers sign in at 7am and out at 1pm to help greet at the entrance gates and offer information about ONEgeneration services, help at the Bagel or Book booths, or assist a Farmers or small business for the day.  This event is a walk in position so you can come any Sunday that you are available from 7am to 1pm, no partial shifts.  

When volunteers sign out at 1pm they will receive a completion letter for their hours if needed. 

If you have questions about this weekly volunteer event please email [masked]

We hope to see you soon at the Encino Farmers Market!

100% of the proceeds from all ONEgeneration booths and entrance gates support the programs we offer the community. 

Nov
26
Tue
Homeless Service Center @ St. Joseph Center
Nov 26 @ 8:00 am – 12:00 pm

Our Homeless Service Center connects homeless individuals and families with services, housing and case management. We provide laundry facilities, showers, mail boxes and assistance with registering to receive hot meals at Bread & Roses Cafe.

Volunteer duties include: Assisting homeless clients with making appointments for services (laundry, showers, meals, etc.), sorting mail, and providing other assistance as needed.

Requirements include being able to stand for long periods of time, alphabetize mail, greet clients, etc

Nov
27
Wed
Homeless Service Center @ St. Joseph Center
Nov 27 @ 8:00 am – 12:00 pm

Our Homeless Service Center connects homeless individuals and families with services, housing and case management. We provide laundry facilities, showers, mail boxes and assistance with registering to receive hot meals at Bread & Roses Cafe.

Volunteer duties include: Assisting homeless clients with making appointments for services (laundry, showers, meals, etc.), sorting mail, and providing other assistance as needed.

Requirements include being able to stand for long periods of time, alphabetize mail, greet clients, etc

Nov
29
Fri
Homeless Service Center @ St. Joseph Center
Nov 29 @ 8:00 am – 12:00 pm

Our Homeless Service Center connects homeless individuals and families with services, housing and case management. We provide laundry facilities, showers, mail boxes and assistance with registering to receive hot meals at Bread & Roses Cafe.

Volunteer duties include: Assisting homeless clients with making appointments for services (laundry, showers, meals, etc.), sorting mail, and providing other assistance as needed.

Requirements include being able to stand for long periods of time, alphabetize mail, greet clients, etc

Dec
1
Sun
Local Transportation for Seniors @ Westside Pacific Villages
Dec 1 all-day

Our seniors deserve to stay in their homes and engaged in the communities they love. Westside PacificVillages is making that happen.

WPV is not a retirement facility or caregiving agency. We are a non-profit organization coordinating a network of local volunteers to assist our members with everyday life.

Transportation is our number one service requested, given that many of our members can no longer drive. Getting out and about is a necessary and integral part of maintaining a healthy, happy life. These local trips often take less than 30 minutes and volunteers can choose to do just one-way if not both ways.

Daytime Drivers – Volunteers are needed throughout the week to drive members to/from medical appointments, social events, beauty shop/barber, the grocery store, and assist with other general errands.

Weekend Drivers – Volunteers are needed to drive members to/from religious services, the grocery store, and assist with other general errands.

How it Works

You can SEARCH by scrolling through the Months or by selecting different Categories or Tag functions. For a totally different view, try the Posterboard or Stream options! Feel free to submit an item for the calendar by clicking the “Submit Your Event / Opportunity” button above at the right-hand side of the page. Questions? Email calendar@bigsunday.org.