Grants Archive

Quarterly Grant Archive Past Humanist Grant Beneficiaries Foundation Beyond Belief’s first program, Humanist Grants, was designed to unite humanist charitable giving and amplify our impact by selecting impactful, secular organizations on a quarterly basis to give small grants to. Starting in 2021, we transitioned from the 13 smaller grants a year to awarding one bigger,…

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Grants

Grants GIVE TO HUMANIST GRANTS This Quarter’s Beneficiaries Innocence Project of Texas Human Rights Website ¬†Innocence Project of Texas (IPTX) provides free, first-class investigative and legal services to indigent prisoners serving time for crimes they… Read More EcoViva The Natural World Website EcoViva has worked for decades with grassroots organizations in El Salvador to promote…

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Humanist Grants Donor Survey Results

In September Foundation Beyond Belief (FBB) asked Humanist Grants (HG) donors to weigh in on a topic we’d been mulling over since we began the process of switching to our new donation system in 2017. The Legacy Donation System When FBB first started the HG program in 2010, our technology was simple. Our donations all…

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FBB announces Q1 2017 Humanist Grants beneficiaries

At the beginning of 2016, we made a commitment to Q1 beneficiaries to give a grant in 2016, and then a potential renewable grant in 2017 in order to show a longer term commitment, supply steady grant income, and to develop long-term relationships with beneficiaries to serve them better. Successive, unrestricted grants are viewed as best…

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Q2 2015 results reveal the power of large grants

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 Starfish.  Starfish strives to mentor native Mayan girls in Guatemala and help them achieve the “infinite impact” for themselves, their families, and their community. Our grant of $50,000 enabled Starfish…

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FBB Enables Q1 Beneficiaries to reach further with larger grants

Akili Dada has been our Human Rights beneficiary this quarter. “…In Swahili, “akili dada” translates to “intelligent sister,” and that is the goal of Akili Dada – to build an intelligent sisterhood of talented young women and future leaders in Kenya….Program participants learn from other women and each other through mentorship and work to build…

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