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  • DC Central Kitchen

    Working for a more equitable and just world.

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  • Pure Earth

    Working to protect and preserve the environment, ecosystems, and the diversity of life on Earth.

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  • Artists for Humanity

    Dedicated to improving access for all to the best of human knowledge.

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  • Community Change, Inc.

    Improving the conditions of human life for those living on the margins.

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  • World Faith

    Our CHALLENGE THE GAP program seeks common ground between religious and nonreligious worldviews.

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  • Announcing Humanist Disaster Recovery Teams

    Coming in spring 2015, our humanist disaster recovery program will aim to provide non-theists an avenue to assist impacted communities when disaster strikes.

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A few years ago the Salvation Army ran a full-page advertisement in popular magazines announcing, “We Combat Natural Disasters With Acts of God” A play on the centuries-old claim of disasters as “Acts of God,” this line surely makes many a relief worker and recovery volunteer cringe. Disasters are the result of nature interacting with society in an unfavorable way. Unlike the Salvation Army’s claim, the ability of a community to recover is decidedly not the result of divine intervention, but rather the blood, sweat, and tears of survivors and helpers. (Of course there are economic and political factors that interfere, but let's not forget, those too are human-caused.) Disaster recovery has a way of bringing out the best in ...

By Samantha Montano, Humanist Disaster Recovery Coordinator

Congratulations to Beyond Belief Network’s August Team of the Month: Humanist Alliance Philippines, International! This Level 3 team is Beyond Belief Network’s only international team. HAPI was chosen for this honor because of their regular service event schedule, strong spirit of volunteerism and commitment towards improving their community. HAPI was previously chosen as our May Picture of the Month. One of HAPI’s initiatives is Feeding sa Riles, a bimonthly nutritional campaign that aims to diminish hunger, poverty and financial illiteracy in slum areas. The team is currently monitoring the growth of 200 children in Alabang, Philippines. Volunteers usually prepare and cook nutritional fruits and green leafy vegetables for the kids to have a more nutritious and inexpensive lifestyle. So far ...

By Elizabeth Minutello

Congratulations to Fellowship of Freethought Dallas in Dallas, TX! This Level 3 team submitted August’s Picture of the Month. Fellowship of Freethought Dallas was previously honored in April as Beyond Belief Network’s Team of the Month. Fellowship of Freethought Dallas helped sort and pack several thousand pounds of food for North Texas Food Bank as part of an annual "full on faith" event. The DFW Coalition of Reason (mostly FoF) and Muslims for Loyalty were the biggest participators. Picture of the Month recognizes teams who submit great pictures with their event reports.  

By Elizabeth Minutello

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Foundation Beyond Belief is proud to announce that it has reached the $2 million mark in funds raised and distributed to charities in the United States. Read more...

By Ed Brayton

Foundation Beyond Belief is pleased to announce the grant results for Q2 2015. In the Humanist Giving Program, we funded our second Compassionate Impact Grant to. Read more...

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