Raising funds to assist families separated at the southern US border.
Highlights 4 carefully vetted charities per quarter in the areas of Poverty and Health, Education, Human Rights, and Natural World.
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Service Corps volunteers save lives and fight for gender equality by supporting local human rights organizations in Ghana’s Northern Region.
Our Beyond Belief Network is a collective of organizations putting compassionate humanism into action through community volunteering and charitable fundraising.
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Foundation Beyond Belief is a humanist charity that promotes secular volunteering and responsible charitable giving. Guided by the principles of secular humanism, our mission is to:
Unite the humanist community in volunteering and charitable efforts.
Advocate for compassionate action throughout the world.
Feb 23: Noelle is presenting at Galveston Oasis
11 am start at the Clear Lake Community Center
March 8-14, 15-21: Secular Spring Break!
The Secular Student Alliance and Foundation Beyond Belief are partnering to give college students the opportunity to spend their 2020 Spring Break doing recovery work in the Bahamas. Learn more at: https://secularstudents.org/springbreak/
The word "humanism" has a number of meanings, depending on who you ask. In different contexts, the word may reference philosophy, literary pursuits, values connected to religion, or secular movements looking to stand in contrast to it.
When FBB talks about humanism, we mean a philosophy for living that implores us to lead fulfilling, ethical lives. Without necessarily believing in the supernatural, we seek to meet human needs and solve human problems, both individually and collectively. In short, humanism is a philosophy of right-here, right-now integrity.
While many humanists eschew religious belief, we at FBB are less concerned with theological debate and more concerned with direct, compassionate action. We are a community that largely believes that no supernatural power will make the world a better place for us; we must do it ourselves. We invite anyone who shares this drive to join us.
This article is part of a series written by guest contributors exploring how to incorporate humanist values into their everyday lives. The opinions expressed in this article may not necessarily express those of Foundation Beyond Belief, its staff, or donors.
Before the 2017 season, on my 65th birthday, I wrote a love letter to baseball. It was addressed to Jeff Luhnow, the general manager of the Houston Astros, my hometown team. I wanted someone associated with Major League Baseball to know what the game of baseball had meant to me for six decades.By Paul Babb, guest contributor
29 Jan 2020
Of the 290 women who took the test, more than 90 percent of participants earned satisfactory scores or better on the final evaluations in the literacy and numeracy classes organized by The Tandana Foundation as part of its Women’s Literacy, Leadership, and Enterprise program in Mali. These results exceeded expectations for the most recent cohort of women in the program.By Tandana Foundation
28 Jan 2020
Foundation Beyond Belief reached a major milestone last week: we have now given more than $3M to charities worldwide working on poverty, health, education, human rights, and the natural world—as well as groups responding to natural disasters and complex humanitarian crises.By FBB