An Easy Way for Atheists to Help a Good Cause

Reader Brian explains: Folding@Home is basically a distributed computing project designed to cure diseases like cancer and Alzheimers. It works by borrowing spare CPU cycles from people who install the program on their computer. If you’d like to help out, just download the software and type in #182116 in the “team” box during setup (so [Read More...]

Mid Ohio Atheists Adopt a Highway

The Mid Ohio Atheists (in Mansfield) recently adopted a two-mile stretch of highway — Interstate 71, between mile markers 166 and 168 — and they recently did their second cleanup: It took about 3 hours to do the cleanup and get everyone back off the interstate. Many of us went to a local fast food [Read More...]

Atheists Come Out for City Cleanup in Vinton, Iowa

After recent storms devastated the city of Vinton, Iowa, guess where the volunteers for the cleanup effort are coming from? A [University of Northern Iowa] student group, the UNI Freethinkers and Inquirers (UNIFI), will be traveling to volunteer in the city cleanup on Saturday, July 23, 2011. The students will be meeting up with local [Read More...]

Help Build Secular Centres Across Canada

The Centre For Inquiry in Canada has a nifty offer from a donor. If they can raise $300,000 by the end of September, the donor will chip in $200,000 — all going toward establishing physical buildings for freethinkers across the country. (They’ve raised nearly $100,000 so far. In Canadian money, no less!) Think of all [Read More...]

Jen’s 2011 Blogathon for the Secular Student Alliance

Jen McCreight is doing her annual 24-hour Blogathon to raise money for the Secular Student Alliance this weekend. She’s starting at 7:00a (PST) on Saturday and posting something every 30 minutes. It’s all for a good cause, so if you want to help create and support college and high school atheist groups, feel free to [Read More...]