Since its inception in 2011, Challenge the Gap challenges the idea that there is an unbridgeable gap between theists and nontheists. Foundation Beyond Belief remains committed to aiding secular organizations that encourage and demonstrate humanist generosity and compassion, which is why the beneficiaries in our other Humanist Giving categories are always secular. However, Challenge the…

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Before we say goodbye to our second-quarter beneficiaries, take another look at these great organizations and the work they’re doing to make the world a better place. Poverty and Health: 50 Cents. Period. Menstruation Matters was the rallying cry—and Twitter hashtag—for the first ever Menstrual Hygiene Day held on May 28, 2014, and 50 Cents.…

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The Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty, our second-quarter Challenge the Gap beneficiary, works to both protect the free exercise of religion and to support the institutional separation of church and state. To this end, Baptist Joint Committee Office of the General Counsel advocates for religious liberty through its involvement in church-state litigation. BJC files…

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The Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty, our second-quarter Challenge the Gap beneficiary, provides education about and advocacy for religious liberty. Comprised of representatives from fifteen national, state and regional bodies in the United States, BJC works with coalitions of religious and civil liberties groups to both protect the free exercise of religion and to…

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We hope you’re as excited as we are about our second-quarter 2014 beneficiaries, 50 Cents. Period, The Greening of Detroit, Worldreader, Leo Igwe Research Project, and Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty. Get to know them in our latest video. If you’d like to adjust your donation allocation, log in to your account and click…

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Our new slate of beneficiaries for the second quarter of 2014 is a fantastic collection of organizations working to promote literacy in low-income countries, combat stigmas surrounding women’s health, nurture green spaces in an urban landscape, defend those falsely accused of witchcraft in Ghana, and staunchly defend the separation of church and state. Learn more…

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