Now, the American Cancer Society is Just Lying…

The other night, the American Cancer Society put out yet another note on their Facebook page trying to defend their actions in rejecting an atheist National Team. It’s full of lies. First, their message: We want to apologize to all those who come to our Facebook community to either support the American Cancer Society or [Read More...]

Foundation Beyond Belief Tops $200,000 in Charitable Giving

It’s another milestone for the just-under-two-years-old organization I work with. The Foundation Beyond Belief just topped $200,000 raised for worthwhile charities! (And we’re close to hitting the 1,000-member mark, too!) Just imagine how much more we could give if groups like the American Cancer Society weren’t so afraid to recognize atheists for their donations… [Read more...]

Update on Charity: Water Fundraiser

As I write this, we’ve raised $2,989 of our $5,000 goal! 71 of you have made donations. And it’s only been a week Excellent work, but we’re not done just yet… We’re raising the money for “drilling equipment that will bring clean water to people in Ethiopia.” It’s not too late to chip in! Remember: [Read More...]

Non-Prophet Charity Week Draws Near in the UK

Over in the UK, the National Federation of Atheist, Humanist and Secular Student Societies (AHS) is gearing up for Non-Prophet Week During Non-Prophet Week AHS societies are encouraged to raise and give money to charity (not that you’re discouraged at other times of the year!). This year we will be encouraging UK societies to raise [Read More...]

Which Atheist Groups Can You Donate to via the Combined Federal Campaign?

What’s the Combined Federal Campaign? Here’s Wikipedia: The Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) is a program allowing certain charitable organizations to solicit contributions from employees of the Federal Government of the United States. The mission of the CFC is to promote and support philanthropy through a program that is employee focused, cost-efficient, and effective in providing [Read More...]