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Complimentary listings are provided for major fundraising events of Local Foundations, Nonprofit Community Boards and Organizations listed in The Red Book and azredbook.com.

If you have an event already listed our calendar and need to make a correction to the listing, please email us the changes by clicking here.

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Be as detailed as possible in your submission. Azredbook.com reserves the right to edit or decline submissions.

Please provide event-specific contact details and your event-specific website link. An additional opportunity is provided to include a secondary link that you may use to direct visitors to your ticketing site, past event photographs or other important event details.

If you are submitting a request for your organization to be listed, please include a valid website, your name, and contact information.

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Thank you for submitting your event to azredbook.com. Your event will not be visible until after it has been reviewed and published. On successful submission, you will be redirected to the Nonprofit Fundraising Events calendar page.

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