Giving Atheist Money to a Charity That Works with Churches

The Foundation Beyond Belief — a charity organization aimed at non-theistic donors — recently released their latest list of beneficiaries. (Full disclosure: I’m on their board.) Animal Protection: Animal Welfare Institute “Big Bang”: The Ayaan Hirsi Ali Foundation Child Welfare: Camfed USA (the Campaign for Female Education) Education: Vidnyanvahini Environment: Center for Biological Diversity Health: [Read More...]

Do Atheist Help Centers Exist?

I don’t know why I read letters-to-the-editor written by people who have no idea what they’re talking about. But I came across this one and it just pissed me off: I just want to say how tired I am of atheists complaining about their rights. Now, if it weren’t for Christian-based food kitchens, homes for [Read More...]

They Need Volunteers… but Atheists Need Not Apply

In Christchurch, New Zealand, the 0800 Hungry food bank delivers parcels to people who need it. That’s all well and good. But lately, they’ve been having problems with delivery: [Food bank manager Kerry Bensemann] said many of the 120 orders could not be delivered on Friday last week, and he had the same problem on [Read More...]

Would Atheists Donate Money to a Peace-Seeking Religious Organization?

Every three months, Foundation Beyond Belief picks charities in nine different categories and encourages atheists to donate money to them. Since we “opened shop” at the beginning of 2010, we’ve raised over $38,000. It’s really incredible the amount of support we’ve received from the Humanist community. This quarter, we asked ourselves a question: Would atheists [Read More...]

Foundation Beyond Belief Gives Away Over $20,000 During Second Quarter

Foundation Beyond Belief, a non-profit group I work with that encourages atheists to give to charities, just wrapped up its second quarter, and our members have outdone themselves. At the end of March, we were able to report that our beneficiaries received a total of $12,500. Now, at the end of June, we can say [Read More...]


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