Autumn has begun, and you're gonna "fall" for what our BBN teams have been up to! The Atheist Community of Polk County, in Polk County, Florida held their biweekly cleanups of their adopted stretch of highway this month. At the second cleanup, the deep ditches along the roadway finally dried out and the team was…

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At the end of summer, our teams are still bringing the heat! Let’s see what they’ve been up to! First, we have a new team this month, Houston Freethought Oasis! Welcome to BBN! Central Ohio United Non-Theists (COUNT) participated in several events with the Adaptive Sports Connection, which helps Central Ohio veterans, children, and adults…

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June’s Beyond Belief Network Team of the Month, Kol Hadash Humanistic Congregation Community Service Committee members volunteered to prepare food at St. James, a Catholic soup kitchen, in Highwood, IL. For their event Kol Hadash provided food, prepared it, served it, and cleaned up after. Great event Kol Hadash! The Picture of the Month comes from Grand Junction, CO …

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Foundation Beyond Belief’s Beyond Belief Network is a network of secular humanist groups volunteering in their communities and raising money for FBB’s featured charities and programs. Any group with a public secular humanist or atheist identity is welcome to join, regardless of experience or group size. What were our BBN Teams up to in June? Let’s find…

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Foundation Beyond Belief’s Beyond Belief Network is a network of secular humanist groups volunteering in their communities and raising money for FBB’s featured charities and programs. Any group with a public secular humanist or atheist identity is welcome to join, regardless of experience or group size. A warm welcome to three new BBN teams which formed this…

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Camden County Humanists Cathedral Kitchen

September was a busy month for the Beyond Belief Network teams. Many took advantage of the cooler weather to get outside to build wheelchair ramps or pick up litter or go on a ride with adults who need adaptive bikes. Others remained volunteering at shelters and food kitchens and donating blood.  This month we welcome the Ethical Humanist…

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In June, our Beyond Belief Network teams kept busy supporting people experiencing homelessness and poverty in their communities. For some information and ideas for how you or your team can help see our National Youth Homeless Awareness guide.  In the Chicago area, St James soup kitchen organizes a regular supper program. In June, Kol Hadash Humanistic Congregation Community brought food, prepared it,…

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June’s Beyond Belief Network Picture of the Month comes from Austin Atheists Helping the Homeless’ record breaking giveaway supporting people experiencing homelessness. At June’s giveaway they provide items–including sunscreen, backpacks, granola bars, razors, and reading glasses–to more people than ever before. Twenty-five volunteers came despite the hot, muggy weather. Great event Austin Atheists Helping the Homeless! Here’s to…

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In the early parts of any new year, many people make resolutions. Our Beyond Belief Network (BBN) teams were already amazing in 2017, but it seems they've resolved to do even more good work in 2018. Let's take a look at how they've already made a big difference in their communities this first quarter of…

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We are happy to announce our March BBN Picture of the Month and Team of the Month winners. This month’s Picture of the Month winning picture is from Humanists Doing Good’s volunteering event at Eureka! McConnell Science Museum in Grand Junction, CO. During the museum’s grand opening Humanists Doing Good volunteers carried out a variety…

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