Atheists in Austin Help the Homeless

Joe Zamecki and fellow atheists in Austin, Texas have been helping the homeless a number of times over the past few years.

During their 34th giveaway this past weekend, a news crew from Your News Now (YNN) documented the experience and you can see the report up at their site.

In the meantime, this is how the Atheists Helping the Homeless event went:

It’s nice to see the volunteers finally getting a bit of media coverage for all the good work they do! If you’d like to help cover the costs of food, you can get information about how to donate to them at their website.

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  • Reginald Selkirk

    Off-topic, but you’ll want to blog this:
    Anti-atheist billboard banned in South Africa

  • Anonymous

    Hmm.  That one seems essentially true.  A long-term accident that was guided by variation, competition, and relative fitness modified by random accidents (like Jupiter, the Moon, and some rocks falling from space) would describe evolution.  The missing top of the head might be a slur, though, implying very poor taste in hair styles.

  • http://www.youtube.com/user/GodVlogger/featured GodVlogger (on YouTube)

    Ummmm. Let me guess. The homeless people were able to eat the food just fine without being preached to about a magical man in the sky, right?
    Kinda makes it obvious that the magical man story is just fluff that adds nothing to the equation.

    PS: Good work, Austin atheists.