The Atheist “Collection Plate”

The Foundation Beyond Belief is featured in Saturday’s New York Times! Within the next week or so, Mr. McGowan expects to cut checks for a total of $12,025, the first benefits collected and disbursed by the Foundation Beyond Belief. The foundation has 316 donors who each have committed to contributing $5 to $250 per month [Read More...]

Foundation Beyond Belief to Get Big Press

The Foundation Beyond Belief charity group I work with is slated to receive some great press in the near future. If all goes well, you’ll be reading about it in the New York Times tomorrow and the Chronicle of Philanthropy next week. Executive Director Dale McGowan also shares some fantastic news about how much money [Read More...]

Help Us Pick Worthwhile Charities to Donate To

The Foundation Beyond Belief (which I am on the board of) is an organization that encourages non-religious people to give to charity. In fact, we support a variety of charity categories: Health Poverty Environment Education Peace Child Welfare Human Rights Freedom of Expression Animal Protection A featured small charity One of the most difficult (yet [Read More...]

Is the Atheist Movement on the Decline?

Wayne Laugesen, the editorial page editor of the Colorado Springs Gazette, has a piece in which he chides the atheist movement as a whole. He says we had a good run, but we’re committing a comedy of errors: … The organization Atheist Agenda, at the University of Texas-San Antonio, draws attention by offering pornography in [Read More...]

Are You a Secular Parent?

The Foundation Beyond Belief is conducting a survey to find out information about non-religious parents: Foundation Beyond Belief has two sides — a humanist charitable giving program, and an education and support program for secular parents. The intrepid and talented Ute Mitchell (of CFI Portland’s outstanding secular parent program) has signed on as our Foundation’s [Read More...]


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