Five Upcoming Events Supporting Worthy Causes

Mark your calendar for these happenings where you can give by just going.
Audubon's Baltimore Birding Weekend is scheduled 9/24-26. —Courtesy of Patterson Park Audubon Center

9/24-26: Audubon’s Baltimore Birding Weekend
This two-day tradition, which supports the conservation work of the Patterson Park Audubon Center, returns to bring birders and wildlife lovers together outdoors. Through guided tours, traverse land and water as you take in the wonder of Charm City’s feathered friends and all the spaces they call home.

9/24: Equinox
Join the Baltimore Museum of Industry for Equinox, a celebration aiming to raise
funds and awareness to support the goal of ending homelessness in Baltimore. With local brews, live music, and proceeds going to the housing programs of St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore, you can support Equinox’s mission and help make the kinds of changes you want to see in our community. 1415 Key Hwy.

9/26: Distinguished Gentleman’s Drive
Owners of vintage cars and connoisseurs of all things refined are invited to show off their gentlemanly style—think tweed jackets, monocles, and glorious mustaches—at this fundraiser hosted by Harbor East’s Christopher Schafer Clothier. Proceeds support the Movember Foundation, a group working to raise awareness around men’s health issues. Prices TBA, 1400 Aliceanna St.

10/28: Blue Jeans {& Bow Ties} Ball
The Ulman Foundation, a nonprofit working to support young people and their loved ones affected by cancer, invites you to a dinner and live auction fundraiser at The Winslow in downtown Baltimore. After dinner, stick around for drinks and dancing to celebrate The Ulman Foundation’s mission. 333 W. Ostend St.

—Courtesy of The Baltimore Station

11/6: Stars, Stripes, and Chow
Head down to West Covington Park for a taste of this delicious chili cookoff, hosted by The Baltimore Station, a group helping veterans regain self-sufficiency. With support from organizations like the Baltimore Orioles, M&T Bank, and iHeartRadio, proceeds from the cookoff will help homeless veterans escape cycles of poverty. Prices and other details TBA, 101 W. Cromwell St.