FBB is proud to share this post from our partners at the Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project.
In this Women's History Month, "we at the Florence Project celebrate the strong, resilient women who inspire us every day: our clients who are mothers, daughters, sisters, and survivors.
We celebrate Imelda.
Imelda grew up in the mountains of El Salvador and faced constant discrimination, violence, and persecution because she is a lesbian. She was bullied and survived physical violence and beatings from multiple men. She fled to the U.S. to seek safety."By FIRR
07 Mar 2019
07 Mar 2019
05 Mar 2019
At least 23 people, including children, have died in Alabama as a result of a string of tornadoes.
The National Weather Service classified at least one of the tornadoes that touched down in Alabama as an EF-3, meaning it was at least half a mile wide with winds between 158–206 mph.By FBB
01 Mar 2019
Over $3 million in grants awarded to charities around the world.
Over 150,000 volunteer hours given to service in local communities.
Foundation Beyond Belief is so much more than these numbers. In ten years, we’ve helped rebuild communities devastated after hurricanes, earthquakes, and typhoons. We’ve helped bring hope and independence to women accused of witchcraft in Ghana. We’ve seen communities transform through the work being done by our beneficiary charities.
We’ve worked with humanists across the globe to make the world a better place.
In celebration of our 10th anniversary, FBB has a challenge: beginning in March, we're looking for ten new monthly supporters for each of the next ten months remaining in 2019. Monthly support is the very best way to ensure FBB can continue for another ten years.
Can we count on you to be one of our 10-in-10? Give now!