The mission of Foundation Beyond Belief is "To demonstrate humanism at its best by supporting efforts to improve this world and this life, and to challenge humanists to embody the highest principles of humanism, including mutual care and responsibility." FBB offers effective and compassionate volunteering and charitable giving opportunities to non-theists.
Two of the ways that FBB lives its mission is through the coordination of two networks, the Beyond Belief Network and the Humanist Disaster Recovery Teams. The BBN is a collective of over 110 US and international freethought organizations. BBN staff assist member teams with ideas and tips for service, planning events, and helps individuals looking for opportunities in their area to connect with member organizations. The HDR Teams coordinate humanist disaster recovery and provide non-theists an avenue to assist impacted communities when disaster strikes.
Join us this Sunday as Scott Lohman and Eric Jayne interview Noelle George, executive director of Foundation Beyond Belief, and Rebecca Vitsum, HDR Team Development Coordinator, about the work that FBB is doing
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