Kansas City Atheists Want to Raise Funds for Local Charity After It Was Robbed

Last week, volunteers with the Mattie Rhodes Center (a non-profit charity in Missouri) were cleaning up graffiti in the community. But when they arrived at their site on Friday, the garage where they stored all their supplies had been broken into — leaving them without $800 worth of paint and art supplies.

The Kansas City Atheist Coalition is trying to help them raise the missing funds, so if you’d like to chip in, you can do so here:

KCAC seeks to not only to help its community of nonbelievers but also the community at large. To that end, we would like to ask you in helping us raise funds to help this community organization recover the costs of replacing these art supplies. The donations are entirely voluntary, but we recommend a $10. With your help, we can not only continue to help improve the lives of children and families in the Kansas City community, but continue to demonstrate how, without any need of a god, atheists can be a source of support when our communities are in need.

Any additional funds will be given to the charity, so there’s no problem if we raise over $800!

(Thanks to Josh for the link)

About Hemant Mehta

Hemant Mehta is the editor of Friendly Atheist, appears on the Atheist Voice channel on YouTube, and co-hosts the uniquely-named Friendly Atheist Podcast. You can read much more about him here.


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