Humanity at Work · Compassionate Humanists supporting charities worldwide

  • Highlights 4 carefully vetted charities per quarter in the areas of Poverty and Health, Education, Human Rights, and Natural World.

  • 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. 

  • A Disaster Recovery Team deployed in January 2016 to rebuild homes in Columbia, SC damaged by flooding during Hurricane Joaquin.

We are Humanism at Work

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.

We forward our mission through our programs: Grants, Disaster Recovery, Service Corps, and Volunteer Network.

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In Ghana it is customary to start and end every meeting with a prayer. What kind of meeting doesn’t matter: PTA meeting, building project meeting, NGO planning meeting--they all start and end with a prayer. Ghana is one of the most religious countries in the world, so while there are Christians, Muslims, and traditionalists, it’s assumed everyone prays to God, and the prayers are generic enough to include these belief systems. Or, sometimes, one of the prayers is Muslim and one is Christian--the two most common religions present in Ghana by far. I’m in Ghana working with the Humanist Service Corps. We don’t really pray.


By FBB Wendy Webber, HSC co-coordinator

The Beyond Belief Network Team of the Month for March was Fellowship of Freethought Dallas (FOF). The group picked up trash along their two mile stretch of adopted highway in Dallas and provided a meal for the residents at one of the AIDS Services of Dallas facilities, as they do every month. In addition to those two recurring events, the group also held a "Party for a Purpose" to raise funds to help children attend Camp Quest Texas this June. Camp Quest Texas encourages campers to explore the natural world scientifically, to develop humanistic values and engage in ethical discussions, and to sharpen their critical thinking skills. FOF charged an entry fee of $15 to attend their fundraiser party and sold $1 raffle tickets for some great donated prizes. There was also a silent auction for five art pieces. All in all, the event raised more than $1,800, which is enough to send two kids to camp on full scholarship!  Excellent work, Fellowship of Freethought Dallas!

Feeling motivated by the FOF Dallas fundraiser? Remember that BBN teams get double credit for events that raise funds for Foundation Beyond Belief and its beneficiaries. Your group could support any of the amazing Q2 beneficiaries we just announced, or help make it possible for FBB to send the next group of Humanist Service Corps (HSC) volunteers to Ghana in June. We need to raise another $10,000 in order for HSC to continue saving lives and fighting for women's rights! To make a gift to HSC, click here.

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