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Taking Action for the Unhoused

April 29 - May 8 2022

What is Secular Week of Action?

Secular Week of Action (SWoA) harnesses the secular movement’s commitment to making the world a better place by creating an opportunity to: organize service events based around shared values, connect new volunteers to impactful projects in their own towns and neighborhoods, and celebrate what human beings can achieve together when we dedicate ourselves to ethical action.

Why Do We Need a Secular Week of Action?

Secular Week of Action (SWoA) offers a relevant alternative to the National Day of Prayer, a day set aside in federal law for the people of the United States to “turn to God in prayer” on the first Thursday of May. A national day that calls for a specific religious practice as an expression of civic virtue rather than for a shared practice is divisive and discriminatory to secular people, and others who do not see prayer as an adequate response to national crises.

Action for the Unhoused

In the midst of a housing crisis where rents are increasing as much as 40% in some metro areas, eviction rates and homelessness are national emergencies that need to be addressed with action rather than positive vibes.

  • Start a Monthly Giveaway

    Regularly providing food and basic needs to unhoused and food insecure people is a direct way to have an impact on the health and wellbeing of those in your family. For some tips and suggestions for getting started see Foundation Beyond Belief’s Giveaway Guide.

  • Organize an In-kind Collection

    Members of your group can gather needed food or items and donate them to support unhoused or food insecure people. Before inviting people to contribute to your collection, find out from the beneficiary organization what their urgent needs are and focus on collecting those items. Shelters are often asking for essentials like toilet paper, soap, warmth items, and menstrual hygiene products. Search for a shelter or Feeding America food bank in your area. See Foundation Beyond Belief's In-kind Collection Guide for tips and ideas.

  • Build a Free Little Pantry

    A free little pantry is an easy way for neighbors to help neighbors by providing free food and hygiene supplies. See Foundation Beyond Belief's Free Little Pantry Guide and the Little Free Pantry website for more tips and ideas.

  • Deliver Meals for Vulnerable Neighbors

    Donate to or volunteer with Meals on Wheels America or with a local mutual aid group to get nutrition to people who need it.

  • Start a Community Garden

    Community gardens help green your community, restore native plants, and produce can be donated to help address food insecurity. Foundation Beyond Belief’s Community Garden Guide will help you get started.

  • Craft for Good

    Crafters can support unhoused people by making needed items and donating them directly or through local shelters. Unhoused people can use sleeping mats and reusable bags any time of year. Shelters and giveaways often accept warm weather gear all year long to be prepared when the cold weather hits. See Foundation Beyond Belief’s Craft for Good Guide that includes craft ideas and patterns.

  • Create a Mutual Aid Group

    Start a neighborhood/organizational mutual aid shared Google Doc, social media group page, or Google Form for people to share their needs and how they can help.

  • Fundraise for a Shelter (or other organization)

    Shelters across the country could use your unrestricted donations to help them fill the holes that restricted and in-kind donations leave. Fundraise for your local shelter and have fun doing it. See Foundation Beyond Belief’s collection of fundraising tips and ideas.

Other Action

Secular Week of Action may be focused on Action for the Unhoused this year, but action is action. Here are some idea for other actions you can take.

  • Plant a Tree (or two)

    Planting a tree is one of the most impactful ways an individual can address climate change. Imagine the impact you can have as a group! See Foundation Beyond Belief’s Plant a Tree Guide.

  • Donate Blood

    Blood supply has not been keeping up with demand. Banks need a larger supply of eligible donors, ready and willing to help. Everyone in your group can sign up to donate individually or you can organize a blood drive. See Foundation Beyond Belief’s Blood Drive Guide.

  • Advocate to End Discriminatory Blood Donation Policies

    Despite high demand for blood, millions of U.S. residents cannot donate due to a discriminatory policies that exclude men who have sex with men. To learn more about this issue and what you might do to end the policy see Foundation Beyond Belief’s Blood Donation Advocacy Guide.

  • Park or Highway Cleanup

    Cleanups are easy and popular service events. And are great events for kids! See Foundation Beyond Belief’s Park Cleanup Guide for tips.

  • Start a Little Free Library

    Building a Little Free Library in your community helps lower barriers to reading in general and also to books celebrating diverse voices. Foundation Beyond Belief has a quick guide to building a Little Free Library and the organization Little Free Library has a lot of information and resources.

  • Volunteer with a Local Organization

    If you don’t have a lot of time and/or people to organize your own event, rallying your group to volunteer with a local organization is a quick and easy way to have an impact. Get in touch with a local organization you would like to support and find out what their process is to do group volunteering and go from there. Get in touch as soon as possible in order to secure a date during Secular Week of Action!

  • Zooniverse

    Participate in online research projects of all kinds, from classifying galaxies to counting penguins to transcribing manuscripts.

  • Smithsonian

    Help make historical documents and biodiversity data more accessible by transcribing field notes, diaries, ledgers, logbooks, currency proof sheets, photo albums, manuscripts, and biodiversity specimens labels.

  • Project Implicit

    Help researchers learn the best ways to break down stereotypes by taking tests about attitudes, stereotypes and other hidden biases that influence perception, judgment, and action.

  • United Nations Online Volunteering

    Volunteers contribute directly to the work of development organizations, working from a computer, tablet, or mobile phone anywhere in the world.

Top Things to Keep in Mind


  • Brainstorm

    Have a brainstorming session to decide what makes the most sense for your group.

  • Get Organized

    Choose one person to organize, but make sure to delegate tasks. Know who the backup is for top organizers.

  • Stay Safe

    Keep up with the latest info from your local public health department.

  • Check your sources

    Communicate timely and accurate information from credible sources. Help counter stigma and discrimination.

  • Team up

    Consider partnering with other local groups.

  • Safeguard your money

    If you are collecting money to support community members, make sure multiple people are involved and record when and where money is spent or distributed.

  • Bigger doesn't necessarily mean better

    Remember that you don’t need dozens of people for a successful event.

Social Media

Help spread the word

  • Like the Secular Week of Action Facebook Page

    We’ll be posting project ideas, memes, and other fun stuff you can share to let your friends know about Week of Action.

  • Share the Week of Action Website

    Help raise the visibility of the secular community and the work we are all doing to make positive change.

  • Post pictures

    Whether you’re participating in a virtual group activity or as an individual, find creative ways to photograph your servicework and share online to inspire others

  • Go live

    Live stream on YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, or other platforms. Are you working on a creative project? Interact with your audience while you work. Take suggestions from viewers as you go, or auction off creative choices! Make sure to talk about your activity regularly in advance so people know to tune in.

  • Network with other groups

    Like, follow, and share the posts of other volunteer groups across the country to support one another’s work!

  • Use the hashtags #SecularAction #Action4Unhoused and #WeekOfAction

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Secular Week of Action Events

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Anime Boston Blood Drive
Date

05-07-2022 - 05-07-2022

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11:00 AM

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Annual American Red Cross Blood Drive at Anime Boston in the Sheraton Hotel, organized and staffed by volunteers from The Heinlein Society.

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Colors of the World Crayon Fundraiser
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05-01-2022 - 05-08-2022

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Let's help the PTA at Van Buren Elementary School in Baldwinsville, NY, provide a pack of Colors of the World crayons (with an array of skin tones) to each student at the school. Our group has continuing concerns about pressures being applied to libraries and teachers in the region by groups that are against providing students with diverse information and a factual view of life in this country. Although we cannot directly involve ourselves politically with any school board, it has come to our attention that teachers in the Baldwinsville schools would like to provide students with "multicultural crayons" that would allow the kids to color faces in a variety of skin tones to better reflect themselves, their families, and their communities. These packs are about $2.00 each, and they would love to have one for each of the 500 students. We are raising money at our website, cnyhumanists.org to purchase these crayons for the PTA.

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One Nation Walking Together Supplies Drive
Date

04-29-2022 - 05-31-2022

Time

12:00 AM

Event Description

Details Clean out your cabinets, closets, and storage tubs! Clean out your garage! Join us for PPA's annual drive for One Nation Walking Together! ONWT helps with the basic needs of Native Americans in Colorado and 7 surrounding states. Donate the items listed below, or order online and have it shipped straight to them! However you do it, you will be helping people in need and helping show the world what being good without god looks like! The Secular Week of Action takes place during our month-long drive and is a call to secular communities across the country to put their secular values into action. https://www.facebook.com/secularweekofaction What to donate TOWELS ARE MUCH NEEDED!! New or Gently Used Socks New Underwear Long Underwear New Bed Pillows Baby Diapers Baby & Adult Wipes School Supplies Backpacks Hygiene Items Period Products Sheets Blankets Comforters Sleeping Bags, Tents Paper Products Masks & Gloves Gloves, Hats, Scarves Cleaning Products Sewing Machines Laundry Detergent Warm Sweaters New or Gently Used: Shoes, Sneakers & Boots (no high heels) Children’s Clothing Baby Clothing New Toys Non-perishible food BIG STUFF: Much Needed!!*** Furniture & Appliances*** Please Call 719-329-0251 For More Info on Accepted Furniture Items and/or Pick-Up Info! They DO NOT NEED ADULT CLOTHING other than what is listed above. You can easily buy from Amazon and have the items shipped straight to them from the wishlist I have created here: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/SJPYJSM6PWBQ?ref_=wl_share Feel free to get other brands or quantities and order from anywhere that makes you happy. How to Get Items to ONWT You can mail directly to ONWT or drop off Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday from 9-3. They may not be available for all of those hours, so you might wish to call first at 719-329-0251 before you drive over there. You can also get items to Crystal at any event between now and then, and we can probably work out an alternate drop-off place in the Springs if you need it, just message me. The address is One Nation Walking Together 3150 N. Nevada Ave Colorado Springs 80907 And of course, they would also love to have cash donations, both for filling in critical gaps and to help pay for the gas to get the supplies delivered. **Please don't forget to send me a picture or list of what you bought so we can keep track of it! More about ONWT: https://www.onenationwt.org/our-story/ Thank you for your help!!

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Great American Cleanup (on our adopted section of creek)
Date

05-01-2022 - 05-01-2022

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10:00 AM

Event Description

Details This event is being coordinated with the Fountain Creek Watershed District's first time organizing the Great American Cleanup event in Colorado Springs. We are responsible for the Sand Creek Trail (and creek) starting at the Barnes Road Bridge, and ending at the Stetson Hills Bridge. Volunteers can park at Stetson Park, which is located along that section of trail and will allow for easy access and parking. Our goal is to pick up trash and pet waste, with a concentration on the waterway, since it can carry trash further down stream. The Fountain Creek Watershed District will supply the trash bags and pet waste bags, and I will be bringing other supplies (such as buckets, trash grabbers, and work gloves). Please come dressed prepared for getting dirty, and wear protective shoes (no sandals). Sunscreen and sunglasses or hats are highly recommended, but be sure to dress for whatever crazy Colorado weather might come our way. Also bring your own refillable water bottles, and I will have a large water jug for refills. Kids are welcome to participate and generally have fun, but require supervision for safety during this event. Hope to see you there!

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Bimonthly Giveaway
Date

04-30-2022

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09:00 AM

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For more than five years, the Atheists Helping the Homeless -Phoenix have been distributing toiletries, hygiene items, and other miscellaneous items to the unhoused population in downtown Phoenix. In 2022, we moved from a monthly to a bi-monthly schedule for these giveaways. We’ll meet again on May 15th (8am time change!!!). On our Facebook page, we maintain an Amazon shop now button for needed items, which facilitates delivery to one of our members. We also except unused hotel toiletries, and cash donations via PayPal. https://www.paypal.me/AHHPhoenix We also LOVE volunteers! Our Saturday mornings are a great service and a way for us to bond as Humanists. Please like and follow our Facebook page.

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Humanists in Action: Help Seniors with Yard Work!
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HumanistsMN

Date

04-30-2022 - 04-30-2022

Time

09:30 AM

Event Description

Join other humanists to assist St Paul's Como area seniors with their yard clean-up, mostly by raking leaves. Waste bags and rakes will be provided; consider bringing work gloves - and do wear layered, weather-dependent clothing. Event is organized through Como Block Nurse Program.

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Heathens' Highway Cleanup
Group Name

Minnesota Atheists

Date

04-30-2022

Time

10:00 AM

Event Description

Join us in cleaning up Minnesota Atheists' stretch of Highway! Meet in the Carbone's Pizza Bar & Grill (Lakeville) Parking Lot. I'll be there in my black Chevy Volt. Come get your trash bags and reflective vest. To eliminate the need for fussing with vehicles and mixing households in a vehicle, what we are going to do is break up in groups and start from Carbone's walking one mile in either direction picking up trash, and then double back to arrive back at Carbone's. It's a pretty easy stretch to walk. When done, you may drop your vests off at my car and continue about your day. Or join us for lunch at Carbone's. We will either eat on their patio if it's warm or eat inside. This segment is a very doable two mile stretch with easy terrain and doesn't collect a terrible amount of trash. It goes from Highview Ave on the west to Foliage Ave on the east. Here’s a map of the stretch: https://drive.google.com/open... Dress for outside weather conditions with sturdy shoes and work gloves. The latest in highway vest fashion and trash bags will be supplied. If rain looks imminent, we will postpone it to Sunday, May 1st and it will be announced on this event page the day before. #SecularAction #WeekOfAction

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Good for Nothing! Humanist Values in Action
Date

05-05-2022

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06:30 PM

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Some do good for the promise of a favored afterlife. Some do good for the tax deductions. Some do good for the publicity. We do Good for Nothing! Guided by humanist values such as Service and Participation, Social Justice, and Altruism, we know it's just the right thing to do. Learn how you can support our neighbors in need by participating in community service activities, such as blood drives, food security projects, educational giveaways, and more. We have several ongoing programs to expand and need help with upcoming events. Share your ideas! Lend a hand!

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SWoA - Group Volunteer Event - Emergency Food Boxes
Date

05-05-2022

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08:45 AM

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Secular Week of Action offers an alternative to the National Day of Prayer, a day set aside in federal law for the people of the United States to “turn to God in prayer.” Prayer is not an adequate response to national crises. Take action! St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance distributes 45,000 free Emergency Food Boxes to individuals and families in need every month. Join a group of happy humanists to help pack Emergency Food Boxes with non-perishable items, sort food, and repack bulk produce. Together we'll do a whole lot of good in a short amount of time! We will begin promptly at the scheduled shift time. Please try to arrive early to chat and get settled so we can start right at 9:00. Stay safe and comfy while volunteering in the warehouse by following the required DRESS CODE: • Closed-toe shoes (Sneakers suggested) • Shirts with sleeves (Short or long sleeve) • Pants, jeans, or workout attire. (Shorts are allowed at a respectable length) Please remember to keep your RSVP up to date so we can show up with a full crew. Thank you! Reach us at volunteer@hsgp.org with any questions. SOMETHING ABOUT MARY: St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance is a non-sectarian, nonprofit organization that alleviates hunger by gathering and distributing food to 600 locations that serve the hungry. They are committed to volunteerism, building community relationships, and improving the quality of life for Arizonans in need.

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Mother’s Day Mutual Aid: A Fundraiser for RVA Community Fridges
Date

04-25-2022 - 05-07-2022

Time

02:00 PM

Event Description

The families of Little Heathens of RVA invite you to help us support unhoused and food insecure families in the greater Richmond area by raising funds and collecting donations to fill the Richmond Community Fridges with family-friendly food on Mothers Day! In observance of Secular Week of Action, our community of secular families is coming together to raise $500-$700 to stock the fridges with fresh foods for families. Our shopping list includes whole milk yogurt, low fat yogurt, cheese, protein snack packs, fresh fruits and vegetables, juice boxes, and baby food pouches. How to Donate: 1. Venmo @dustysabourin to fund the purchase of fresh perishables 2. Order non-perishables from our Amazon wishlist https://tinyurl.com/LHRVA-FreeFridges 3. Bring your kids to our May 7th drop-off event to add their favorite snacks to our fridge bins (location TBD) All cash donations will be used to purchase fresh groceries on Mother's Day, which will then be delivered along with physical donations to the RVA Community Fridges around Richmond that day. If donations exceed RVA Fridges capacity, all extra cash and non-perishable donations will go directly to @RVACommunityFridges. To Learn more about @RVACommunityFridges visit www.facebook.com/rvacommunityfridges or www.linktr.ee/rvacommunityfridges Be sure to RSVP to the event to get updates on our fundraising goal, specifics on what to buy and donate, and more details about our in-person drop-off event on May 7th!

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Little Help Shelf Build!
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05-07-2022

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The Humanists of Tallahassee was recently approved to build a Little Help Shelf at Sabal Palms Elementary School! With a generous grant from the Foundation Beyond Belief, we are beginning construction on this box that will be stocked with food, clothing, and toiletries for community members. Now, the fun begins! We are planning a construction party (one of many!) at the home of one of our members. If you're interested in helping out, please email us at humaniststlh@gmail.com for more info. This initial event will take place in Cairo, GA, just north of Tallahassee.

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Snack and Hygiene Pack Assembly
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05-01-2022 - 05-01-2022

Time

02:00 PM

Event Description

We're hosting an event to assemble hygiene packs for the unhoused in Tallahassee. This is part of our recent collaboration with Trinity United Methodist Church, a progressive, people-focused congregation, as well as our own distribution program. We ask that all attendees age 5 and over be vaccinated against COVID as this event will be held in a private residence. After you submit the form, you'll receive an email with the address (a home in Northeast Tallahassee). We'll meet from 2-4 PM on Sunday, May 1st. You MUST fill out the form on our site to get details about the location (https://forms.gle/2GhtZDyfCiyTAfqu8).

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Period Product Drive
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04-29-2022 - 05-08-2022

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Did you know that about 20% of teens struggle to access period products, and as a result, about 84% of them have missed school or know someone who has? Between April 29th-May 8th, the Humanists of Tallahassee (HOT) will be collecting period products for the Girl Flo Project at Leon County schools. This event is part of HOT’s Secular Week of Action schedule. You can drop off tampons, pads, and menstrual cups at the UU, Ology at Power Mill, or at any of the sites listed on our website. If you would like to make a monetary donation, please use the "Donate" link on the website or email us at humaniststlh@gmail.com. We're updating the drop-off locations list daily, but if you are unable to make it to one, email us to arrange for a pick-up.

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NJHN Secular Week of Action Fundraiser for Community Foodbank of NJ
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04-24-2022 - 05-08-2022

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As part of the 2022 Secular Week of Action, NJHN is hosting a virtual fundraiser for the Community Foodbank of New Jersey, a member of Feeding America® which has been delivering food, help, and hope across the state for over 45 years. CFBNJ provides 85 million meals of nutritious food annually through its network of more than 800 community partners throughout the 15 New Jersey counties it serves (north, central and south), addressing hunger through workforce development initiatives, nutrition education, and connection to critical resources. We've set a goal of raising at least $1,000 in two weeks. We're building a team to spread the word about our fundraising campaign and, of course, we'll need donations! Please visit our fundraising page (link below) and sign up as a team member, and then share your page with your family, friends, co-workers, and social media contacts to help us raise money for the Community Foodbank of New Jersey during our Secular Week of Action event. We appreciate all the support you can give! NJHN Team Page (for Team members and donations): https://give.cfbnj.org/team/423575 CFBNJ: https://cfbnj.org/ Learn more about NJHN at https://njhn.org

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Packaging Hygeine Kits for those without homes
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05-07-2022 - 05-12-2022

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We help those without homes by distributing hygeine kits. The kits are filled with small, carryable items such as socks, toothpaste and brushes, deodorant, mini-flashlights, hand cream. Our goal is to give to people who must walk everywhere they go, they can carry lightweight items. At the packaging event, we fill the hygiene kits with items to be distributed. Currently we are working in Silver Spring, MD, but we have worked in Georgetown, DC. It takes 2-3 people working 2-3 hours to fill all the kits.

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STOCK THE PANTRY: Sort Food with L.A. Regional Food Bank
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Atheists United

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05-07-2022 - 05-07-2022

Time

09:00 AM

Event Description

WHAT: Help provide L.A.'s food insecure community with food by volunteering at the country's second largest food bank. ABOUT LARFB: LARFB provides food support to numerous community agencies serving Los Angeles, ranging from large homeless shelters that feed hundreds of people a day to small daycare programs. VOLUNTEER RESPONSIBILITIES: Come on down with fellow L.A. Works volunteers to sort, stack and shelve valuable food to distribute to the hungry throughout Los Angeles. Make someone's day or dinner! IMPACT: By donating a few hours of your time, you’ll help us provide food for the 2 million people in Los Angeles County who face food insecurity. Volunteers help us by boxing, sorting and gleaning food that is later distributed through our network of more than 600 agency partners to our neighbors in need. ADDITIONAL DETAILS: Volunteers must show proof of vaccination to participate or a negative COVID test taken within 24 hours. Mask wearing will be required at all times Please wear casual attire, closed-toe shoes, and a coat/sweater (just in case you end up sorting food in a refrigerated area.) Prohibited: tank tops, sleeveless shirts, sandals, open-toed and high-heeled shoes. No walk-ins allowed. You must register by noon the Thursday before.

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Volunteer on an Urban Farm
Date

05-07-2022 - 05-07-2022

Time

09:00 AM

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In Atlanta, BN will be volunteering with the Truly Living Well Center for Natural Urban Agriculture. Truly Living Well is committed to bringing good food, good health and well-being to Atlanta’s urban community. Feeding people right where they live is their mission, and their guiding principles are to emulate nature in the production of food, to educate old and young to grow their own food, and to create a welcoming space where people can gather and find harmony with the earth.

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Mutual Aid

Native Planting at Dell Meadow
Date

05-07-2022

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10:00 AM

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In support of the national Secular Week of Action, Secular Democrats of Virginia will be volunteering with the Richmond Parks and Recreation Department to plant native plants at Dell Meadow in Richmond. This is a two-hour event on Saturday, May 7th from 10:00 am until noon. All tools and plants will be provided. Please wear sturdy closed toe shoes and bring work gloves and water. Afterwards, we’ll grab some much deserved lunch at a local restaurant! You’ll need to register with Hands On Greater Richmond for this event using the following link: https://www.handsonrva.org/opportunity/a0C5c00000QkNX8/native-planting-at-dell-meadow They need to know how many supplies to bring. Also, there is a limit on the number of volunteers. Please shoot us an email at team@vaseculardems.org after you register so we know you’re coming. Hope to see you there!

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Sack Lunches for the Unhoused
Date

04-30-2022

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09:45 AM

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The CNY Humanists are taking #Action4Unhoused on Saturday, April 30. We’ll join in with Sandwich Saturday, to make bagged lunches and distribute them, along with toiletries, clothing, groceries, and other necessities, to folks in the area who could use a hand. Meet us at Lincoln Middle School at 9:45. Wear your CNYHA T-shirt—if you don’t have one, we’ll give you one! We’ll make sandwiches and bagged lunches, and Al-Amin Muhammad, who runs We Rise Above the Streets, hosts of Sandwich Saturday, always gives an inspiring talk about connecting with the people we’re serving. After that, we’ll head over the Billings park to share sack lunches and smiles with the people there.

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Ethics in Action - Collection for Women's Shelter
Date

05-01-2022 - 05-01-2022

Time

01:30 PM

Learn More http://bsec.org/
Event Description

Dear friends, At a time when so many people in our communities are struggling, sometimes it seems overwhelming to try to look for solutions, but even small acts can make a difference. This month we are hoping to help support the CAMBA Park Slope Women’s Shelter, which is a​ 100-bed shelter at the Park Slope Armory in Brooklyn. The supportive, structured, and therapeutic facility provides temporary housing, nutritious meals, and comprehensive services and assistance for mentally ill, substance-abusing women. When we asked them what some of their needs are, toiletries were mentioned, so we will be collecting toiletries for the shelter Sunday, May 1st from 1:30 to 3:30pm at our building: Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture, 53 Prospect Park West, Brooklyn, NY 11215 Some of the toiletries recommended ( especially if they are fun or smell good) are: – Socks – Soap – Shampoo and conditioner – Hand, face, and body creams and lotions ( such as Dove body cream) – Toothpaste – Deodorant – Other personal care items use for hygiene or grooming We hope to see you there!

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SWoA - Digital Donation Drive - A Clean Machine
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04-29-2022 - 04-08-2022

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Secular Week of Action offers an alternative to the National Day of Prayer, a day set aside in federal law for the people of the United States to “turn to God in prayer.” A national day that calls for a specific religious practice as an expression of civic virtue rather than for a shared practice is divisive and discriminatory. Prayer is not an adequate response to national crises. Get off your knees and on your feet! Take action! Support our neighbors by contributing to our DIGITAL DONATION DRIVES! A CLEAN MACHINE: HYGIENE SUPPLIES Cleanliness is next to... impossible, unless you have the right supplies! Your donations will help Atheists Helping the Homeless Phoenix giveaway 100 hygiene kits (hand sanitizer, toothpaste, shaving cream, deodorant, body wash, and adult wipes). Check out the tremendous impact they are having at facebook.com/AtheistsHelpingtheHomelessPhoenix. Visit the HSGP website to help us donate $500 to this cause. https://hsgp.org/civicrm/?page=CiviCRM&q=civicrm/contribute/transact&reset=1&id=2 Select "Other Amount" and in "Contribution Note" include CLEAN Secular Week of Action harnesses the secular movement’s commitment to making the world a better place by creating an opportunity to: organize service events based around shared values, connect new volunteers to impactful projects in their own towns and neighborhoods, and celebrate what human beings can achieve together when we dedicate ourselves to ethical action.

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SWoA - Group Volunteer Event - Clean Up Trash + Geocache
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05-02-2022

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Secular Week of Action (SWoA) offers an alternative to the National Day of Prayer, a day set aside in federal law for the people of the United States to “turn to God in prayer.” A national day that calls for a specific religious practice as an expression of civic virtue rather than for a shared practice is divisive and discriminatory. Prayer it not an adequate response to national crises. Get off your knees and on your feet! Take action! Join a gang of happy humanists as we beautify our neighborhoods with a trash pick up event. We'll pick up trash along the Rio Salado Pathway from 16th Street to 24th Street while also checking out the Raptor Series of Geocaches in the area. Thanks to an amazing grant award from our pals at Foundation Beyond Belief, we have all the supplies we need to make the event a breeze! Grabbers, gloves, trash wagons, and more! WE JUST NEED YOU! WHAT'S A GEOCACHE?? There’s treasure all around us! We’ll learn about local birds while uncovering some hidden items in the wild. Learn more by visiting geocaching.com or reach out to us at Volunteer@HSGP.org. Meet at the 16th Street / Victory Street Parking Lot. Don’t forget your floppy hat and sunscreen! Secular Week of Action harnesses the secular movement’s commitment to making the world a better place by creating an opportunity to: organize service events based around shared values, connect new volunteers to impactful projects in their own towns and neighborhoods, and celebrate what human beings can achieve together when we dedicate ourselves to ethical action.

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UP Orlando: Volunteer for the "Secular Week of Action"
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05-07-2022 - 05-07-2022

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08:45 AM

Event Description

We are volunteering as a group with UP Orlando grocery center and warehouse! UP Orlando is a secular charity: https://uporlando.org/about-us "Team UP 360 volunteers support our UP Orlando Grocery Program, which allows people living in poverty to purchase food, hygiene and household items for up to 70% off regular prices. These savings mean that people can purchase enough food – quality food – without having to choose between feeding their families or paying other bills." Children must be 10 or older to participate and a parent must be present. Children accompanied by a non-parent chaperone must be 13. This is also a part of the Secular Week of Action. #secularweekofaction You must RSVP here and/or on Meetup to participate, and if you RSVP, please be sure to attend as we have a specific number of spots to fill on the roster. We will contact you to confirm and remind you. RSVP on Meetup at https://www.meetup.com/cflfreethought/events/284510934/ Here are the possible work opportunities depending on what is needed: - Produce: Stocking coolers and creating displays - Freezers: Cleaning, organizing and stocking freezers - Stocking Shelves - Warehouse: Sorting products coming in. - Member Marketplace: processing donations - Campus Clean-up: Various sanitation duties, including parking lot clean-up, gathering carts, sweeping and mopping. They provide gloves, but you must bring our own face-masks, wear closed toed shoes, and practical clothing. Please arrive at 8:45 for the check in process. If you have a CFFC shirt, please wear it!

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#WeekofAction: Humanist Donation Drive
Date

05-02-2022 - 05-02-2022

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06:00 PM

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Help the CFFC provide supplies for The Center Orlando (thecenterorlando.org). These items will be distributed or used by The Center which supports the unique needs of our LGBTQ community. RSVP to be reminded in Meetup, but there is no event on May 1st to attend. This project is a part of the national Secular Week of Action. Here's how you can help: DONATE SUPPLIES! You can see a list of items we need: https://smile.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/LR3CIARTVC0L? You can purchase from Amazon or anywhere else. These items do NOT have to be the brand listed, so if you find a better price or have single item you want to donate, that's great--please stick to cleaning supplies. If you shop from the Amazon Charity List, all items ship directly to the CFFC. If you are elsewhere, contact us at freethought@cfl.rr.com, so we can adjust the list. We don’t want to end up with 100 bottles of glass cleaner and not enough dish soap! If you order elsewhere, contact us at freethought@cfl.rr.com for a shipping address since the PO Box will NOT work. You can also drop off supplies at one of the upcoming CFFC events below. All donated items must arrive no later than Monday, May 2. DONATE MONEY! With your donation, we can purchase these items--just be sure donate early! You can donate with or without a PayPal account. When you donate, on the last page under "Special Instructions," let us know the donation is for The Center or the Secular Week of Action. No PayPal account is needed. https://tinyurl.com/cffcsupport Earmarked donations received after April 30 will be gifted as a financial donation to The Center. -------------------------------------------------- Items you purchase can be dropped off at any of these upcoming in-person events (These events can be found on Meetup and Facebook using cflfreethought): April 20th - Baldwin Park Pub Night April 23 - Central Florida Earth Day at Lake Eola Park April 24 - CFFC Educational Event with Hemant Mehta April 25 - Lake Mary Pub Night May 1 - Oviedo Road Clean-up

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Mutual Aid Pet Food Drive
Group Name

North Orlando Oasis

Date

04-29-2022 - 05-08-2022

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In collaboration with Central Florida Mutual Aid, North Orlando Oasis will be collecting pet food and donations to purchase pet food during Secular Week of Action for folks who are struggling to make ends meet and provide for their beloved pets. Existing pet food banks in Central Florida have onerous documentation requirements and extremely limited pickup hours, making it a challenge for unhoused people, working people, undocumented people, or those with legal entanglements to access those banks. Mutual aid projects seek to empower people (and pets!) who are marginalized under existing institutions; we do this by working with people, not over people, for the uplift of our communities. 100% of funds raised (after processing fees) will go to the purchase of pet food for pets in need. Make a donation here: https://secure.givelively.org/donate/north-orlando-oasis-inc/mutual-aid-pet-food-bank You can also purchase pet food directly on our Amazon Wishlist here: https://smile.amazon.com/hz/charitylist/ls/1ER1OXU2CWPEB/ref=smi_ext_lnk_lcl_cl.

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SWoA - Digital Donation Drive - 3000 TAMPONS
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04-29-2022 - 05-08-2022

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Secular Week of Action offers an alternative to the National Day of Prayer, a day set aside in federal law for the people of the United States to “turn to God in prayer.” A national day that calls for a specific religious practice as an expression of civic virtue rather than for a shared practice is divisive and discriminatory. Prayer is not an adequate response to national crises. Get off your knees and on your feet! Take action! Support our neighbors by contributing to our DIGITAL DONATION DRIVES! THREE THOUSAND TAMPONS Menstruation Does Not Stop Education. Period. Your donations will help us support Go With the Flow AZ. Check out the amazing work they are doing at gowiththeflowaz.org. Visit the HSGP website to help us donate $500 to this cause. https://hsgp.org/civicrm/?page=CiviCRM&q=civicrm/contribute/transact&reset=1&id=2 Select "Other Amount" and in "Contribution Note" include TAMPONS Secular Week of Action harnesses the secular movement’s commitment to making the world a better place by creating an opportunity to: organize service events based around shared values, connect new volunteers to impactful projects in their own towns and neighborhoods, and celebrate what human beings can achieve together when we dedicate ourselves to ethical action.

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Bans Off our Bodies Rally
Group Name

Atheists United

Date

05-14-2022 - 05-14-2022

Time

08:30 AM

Event Description

Rally with fellow Atheists United members at the May 14th BANS OFF OUR BODIES RALLY in downtown Los Angeles. RSVP ON EVENTBRITE TO JOIN US: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/atheists-united-at-bans-off-our-bodies-may-14th-rally-tickets-323675771947 MEETING LOCATION: - Heretic House, 724 E Edgeware Rd, Los Angeles CA MEETING TIME: - 8:30 AM (Leave for rally no later than 9:30 AM) - Coffee and donuts will be provided OTHER DETAILS: - Please dress for the weather/event (sunscreen, sneakers, etc.) - Walk from Heretic House to Los Angeles City Hall is 1.3 miles. If you’re unable to walk with the group please plan your own transportation and meet us there - We’ll be carrying and handing out protest signs that stand for women’s reproductive rights - Email evan@atheistsunited.org if you have any questions ___ Join Women's March Action, Planned Parenthood, and our partners for a national day of action! The Bans Off Our Bodies Abortion Rally in Downtown Los Angeles will be at City Hall on Saturday, May 14th, at 10:00 a.m. In the coming months, the Supreme Court will issue its ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health, and legal experts widely expect the Court to severely curtail -- or even overturn altogether -- the 50 year precedent that established every woman's right to determine if they will give birth. If that happens, 36 million people across the country will lose access to abortion. Join us on May 14th in Downtown LA to say "BANS OFF OUR BODIES!"

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#WeekofAction: Humanist Donation Drive
Date

05-01-2022 - 05-01-2022

Time

10:30 AM

Event Description

Help the CFFC provide supplies for The Center Orlando. These items will be distributed or used by The Center which supports the unique needs of our LGBTQ community. RSVP to be reminded in Meetup, but there is no event on May 1st to attend. This project is a part of the national Secular Week of Action. Here's how you can help: DONATE SUPPLIES! You can see a list of items we need : https://smile.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/LR3CIARTVC0L? You can purchase from Amazon or anywhere else. These items do NOT have to be the brand listed, so if you find a better price or have single item you want to donate, that's great--please stick to cleaning supplies. If you shop from the Amazon Charity List, all items ship directly to the CFFC. If you are elsewhere, contact us at freethought@cfl.rr.com, so we can adjust the list. We don’t want to end up with 100 bottles of glass cleaner and not enough dish soap! If you order elsewhere, contact us at freethought@cfl.rr.com for a shipping address since the PO Box will NOT work. You can also drop off supplies at one of the upcoming CFFC events below. All donated items must arrive no later than Monday, May 2. DONATE MONEY! With your donation, we can purchase these items--just be sure donate early! You can donate with or without a PayPal account. When you donate, on the last page under "Special Instructions," let us know the donation is for The Center or the Secular Week of Action. No PayPal account is needed. https://tinyurl.com/cffcsupport Earmarked donations received after April 30 will be gifted as a financial donation to The Center. -------------------------------------------------- Items you purchase can be dropped off at any of these upcoming in-person events (You can find these events on Facebook and Meetup ): April 20th - Baldwin Park Pub Night April 23 - Central Florida Earth Day at Lake Eola Park April 24 - CFFC Educational Event with Hemant Mehta April 25 - Lake Mary Pub Night May 1 - Oviedo Road Clean-up

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Oviedo Blvd. Adopt-A-Road Cleanup
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05-01-2022 - 05-01-2022

Time

09:00 AM

Event Description

Come help the CFFC keep Oviedo Beautiful! We adopted Oviedo Blvd from Mitchell Hammock to Broadway right between downtown and uptown. This is an easy walk with sidewalks on both sides and bathrooms at both ends of the road. We will remove trash from the green spaces next to the sidewalk. Children must be 12 years of age or older to participate. After the clean-up we'll go to 407 Cafe nearby for a beverage, crepes, or something else yummy. Check them out at www.407cafe.com We'll meet in the southeast corner of the parking lot near Rukus Cycling Studios at 441 E Mitchell Hammock Rd, Oviedo, FL 32765. Volunteers should wear appropriate clothing for the weather. Containers and pickers will be supplied. Bring your sun protection! Here's a quick checklist: * appropriate clothing for the weather. * sun screen * sun hat * gloves * pickers/grabbers if you have them Volunteer event - atheists, freethinkers, skeptics & Humanists - giving back to the community.

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SWoA Supply Drive for Lake County Haven
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04-29-2022 - 05-08-2022

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For this year's Secular Week of Action NCHC will be collecting donations for Lake County Haven, a local shelter for women and children experiencing homelessness. The list of supplies that they need is listed below. To arrange a drop-off, Haven requests that you please contact volunteer@lakecountyhaven.org. If you want to get items to me I am happy to drop them off as well. Any questions, feel free to reach out to me. Thanks!!  Paper Towels  Toilet Paper  Bottles of Liquid Hand Soap (NO Hand Sanitizer & NO Bar Soap, please)  Spray Bottles/Cans of Glass Cleaner (e.g., Windex, etc.)  Powder (only) Laundry Detergent  Dryer Sheets  Bleach  Dusters (e.g., Swiffer & all brands)  Heavier-Duty Cotton or Microfiber String Mops  Heavier-Duty Cotton or Microfiber String Mop Head Replacements  Household Brooms  Large Garbage Bags (30 Gallon)  Individual Plastic Shower Caddies With Handles  Bath Sponges (loofah, etc.)  Wash Cloths (new)  Bath Towels (new)  Bathroom Hand Towels & Kitchen Towels (new)  Small Bedside Electric Alarm Clocks  Twin-size Navy, Gray or Black Blankets/adult (new; NO Throws, please)  Twin-size Navy, Gray or Black Comforters/adult (new)  Gift Cards: Target, Walmart, Aldi, Walgreens, Jewel, Menards & Visa

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Refuge Coffee Co. Spring Market Volunteering
Date

04-30-2022

Time

07:00 AM

Event Description

Join SAA as we live out the “Help Often” part of our motto. This amazing and only-once-a-year opportunity brought to you by February’s Assembly speaker Sophia Qureshi, who sent us the link. We want to fill as many of the 45 slots as possible - plenty are open and our support is needed! The Refuge Coffee Co. in Clarkston, GA is a nonprofit dedicated to “providing a quality job-training experience and a living wage for our trainees.” Their annual spring market is coming up! The purpose of the Spring Market is to “create a place where refugees and local start-up business owners can showcase and sell their goods”. They “seek to foster a sense of welcome and inclusion, while engaging those connected to and invested in the global Clarkston Community”. https://www.refugecoffeeco.com/events/refuge-coffee-co-spring-market/ The event is from 9am-4pm. Volunteer opportunities include: 7am-9am Event Setup 7am-11am Parking 11am-5pm Parking 5pm-6:30pm Event Breakdown THIS EVENT REQUIRES REGISTRATION TO ATTEND!! SIGN UP AT THE LINK BELOW: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0f48a5ac2fa2fec34-refuge1 “Eat. Shop. Support local. Support global.” And - Volunteer!

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Long Lake Workday
Date

04-30-2022 - 04-30-2022

Time

09:00 AM

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Long Lake Outdoor Center is the home of our annual Secular Summer Retreat in July. In the spring we always donate a day of our time to spruce up the campground by clearing brush and leaves, staining buildings, and doing other minor repairs within our areas of expertise.

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Food Drive for Local Homeless Shelter
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05-07-2022 - 05-07-2022

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Accepting Non-Perishable Boxed Items, Canned/Jar Foods, Spices & Herbs. All donations go to restock the emergency food pantry at Haven Ministry Homeless Shelter located in Sunbury.

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Volunteer United Against Poverty Orlando Grocery Center and Warehouse
Group Name

North Orlando Oasis

Date

05-07-2022

Time

08:45 AM

Event Description

As part of Secular Week of Action, we are joining Central Florida Freethought (CFFC) to volunteer as a group with the United Against Poverty Orlando (UP Orlando) grocery center and warehouse! Thank you to CFFC for coordinating this volunteer opportunity. UP Orlando is a secular charity that serves folks experiencing poverty by providing crisis care, case management, transformative education, food and household subsidy, employment training and placement, personal empowerment training and active referrals to other collaborative social service providers: https://uporlando.org/about-us Team UP 360 volunteers support the UP Orlando Grocery Program, which allows people living in poverty to purchase food, hygiene, and household items for up to 70% off regular prices. These savings mean that people can purchase enough food – quality food – without having to choose between feeding their families or paying other bills. Children must be 10 or older to participate and a parent must be present. Children accompanied by a non-parent chaperone must be 13. NOTE: You must RSVP to participate, and if you RSVP, please be sure to attend as CFFC has a specific number of spots to fill on the roster. Here are the possible work opportunities depending on what is needed: - Produce: Stocking coolers and creating displays - Freezers: Cleaning, organizing and stocking freezers - Stocking Shelves - Warehouse: Sorting products coming in. - Member Marketplace: processing donations - Campus Clean-up: Various sanitation duties, including parking lot clean-up, gathering carts, sweeping and mopping. They provide gloves, but you must bring your own face-masks, wear closed-toed shoes, and practical clothing. Please arrive at 8:45 for the check-in process.

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Invasive Plant Removal at Oakland Nature Preserve
Group Name

North Orlando Oasis

Date

04-30-2022

Time

09:30 AM

Event Description

Oakland Nature Preserve was established in response to the environmental degradation of wetland and upland habitats surrounding Lake Apopka. North Orlando Oasis volunteers monthly to help restore the Preserve upland property back to its original Sandhill habitat. Habitat Restoration is a long process that requires lots of help from committed volunteers who preform tasks such as: removing invasive plants, preparing the soil, growing native plants, maintaining restored areas, and monitoring wildlife. You can learn more about the Oakland Nature Preserve on their website: https://oaklandnaturepreserve.wildapricot.org/ Join North Orlando Oasis during Secular Week of Action as we work to remove invasive plants, enjoy one another's company, and learn about our local ecosystem. This is a great event for families! Bring water, sunscreen, and bug repellant.

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Donating Meals and Clothes to the street/homeless children in Kisumu City,Kenya
Date

04-30-2022 - 05-07-2022

Time

10:00 AM

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Event Description

Homelessness and hunger are the main problems affecting many communities and urban centres in Kenya. These are majorly brought by extreme poverty making majority not to be able to afford meals and rents. High mortality rates as occasioned by HIV/AIDS, cancer, malaria to parents have also left many children orphaned and homeless. The end result is that the homeless and the poor go to the urban centres, cities and towns with an expectation that there is better life and jobs there. When they reach,to their disappointments they lack jobs and proper housing making them to live on the streets. We have initiated programs to rescue the street/homeless people from the streets and conduct vocational training to enable them acquire hairdressing skills. With the presence of devices like hair dryers, shaving clippers, among other necessities, they can establish their micro-businesses and earn a living out of it and pay rents We therefore, request for support to enable us fulfill this goal of making Kisumu City a place where there is no homelessness and hunger free.

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Operation "The Famine is Over"-Food Insecurity
Date

05-05-2022 - 05-05-2022

Time

04:00 PM

Event Description

On Thursday May 5, 2022 we will distributing food to families in need without any stipulations. All are welcome. We will hand out non perishable and perishable foods and perhaps hygiene and household products if available. Any volunteers will have to call us in advance to assure that we do not exceed our limit of distributors. Again we can be reached at (336)497-1601.

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Reidsville

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NC

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27320

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United States

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Local Community Organization or Cause - Hunger or Homelessness

Volunteer at the Houston Food Bank
Group Name

Houston Oasis

Date

05-07-2022 - 05-07-2022

Time

01:00 PM

Event Description

Always a favorite place to spend our volunteer hours, Houston Food Bank has been servicing the Houston area (and beyond) for over 40 years now. It always feels as if your sweat and energy is going to a most efficient and needed organization. Let's show the world what secular humanism is all about!

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Houston

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TX

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Voter Registration/Secular Humanism Tabling
Group Name

Secular Houston

Date

04-09-2022 - 04-09-2022

Time

02:00 PM

Event Description

Secular political activism at a really cool locale! Come hang out and help get some folks registered to vote, and hopefully have some good conversations about secular humanism at the same time.

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Houston

State

TX

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77004

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United States

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Advocacy/political activism

CFFC UP Orlando: Volunteer for the "Secular Week of Action"
Date

05-07-2022 - 05-07-2022

Time

08:45 AM

Event Description

We are volunteering as a group with United Against Poverty Orlando grocery center and warehouse! UP Orlando is a secular charity: https://uporlando.org/about-us "Team UP 360 volunteers support our UP Orlando Grocery Program, which allows people living in poverty to purchase food, hygiene and household items for up to 70% off regular prices. These savings mean that people can purchase enough food – quality food – without having to choose between feeding their families or paying other bills." Children must be 10 or older to participate and a parent must be present. Children accompanied by a non-parent chaperone must be 13. NOTE: You must RSVP to participate, and if you RSVP, please be sure to attend as we have a specific number of spots to fill on the roster. We will contact you to confirm and remind you. Here are the possible work opportunities depending on what is needed: Produce: Stocking coolers and creating displays Freezers: Cleaning, organizing and stocking freezers Stocking Shelves Warehouse: Sorting products coming in. Member Marketplace: processing donations Campus Clean-up: Various sanitation duties, including parking lot clean-up, gathering carts, sweeping and mopping. They provide gloves, but you must bring our own face mask, wear closed toed shoes, and practical clothing. The parking lot address is 102 W. Illiana St. Orlando, FL 32806. We will meet outside the facility's Education Center. Please arrive by 8:45 for the check in process. If you have a CFFC shirt, please wear it!

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Oviedo

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FL

Postal Code

32765

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United States

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Local Community Organization or Cause - Hunger or Homelessness

Hot meals for neighbors experiencing homelessness
Date

05-01-2022 - 05-01-2022

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Our food service opportunities offer hot meals to individuals experiencing homelessness in Northwest Austin. We serve approximately 200 meals and offer a place to eat and enjoy with tables, chairs and utensils. Volunteers help serve meals as well as clean up and dispose of trash.

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Austin

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TX

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May 2022 Pre-Packing Event (COVID-Adjusted)
Date

04-30-2022

Time

03:00 PM

Event Description

Head to AustinAHH.org/donate to contribute directly or AustinAHH.org/Amazon to get to the updated wishlist. We will work in an assembly line fashion to pack 200+ bags of aid and place them in vehicles for distribution on the giveaway day. *****Due to COVID, we are taking precautions for attendees. In order to attend this event, please send an e-mail to info@AustinAHH.org or text 22-HelpOut-2. We MUST confirm your attendance and go over protocols prior to you being able to attend. *******************

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Secular Week of Action Pledges

I commit to volunteering my time to help make a difference during Secular Week of Action!

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Constance WSan Diego , United States San Diego , United States Local Community Organization or Cause - Other
Jeff SSan Diego, United States San Diego, United States Local Community Organization or Cause - Other
Ryan CSaint Louis, United States Saint Louis, United States Education
Karen MRoxborough, United States Roxborough, United States Mutual Aid
devon gTallahassee , United States Tallahassee , United States Local Community Organization or Cause - Hunger or Homelessness
Claudia LCleveland, United States Cleveland, United States Fundraising
Kelly RHomewood, United States Homewood, United States Local Community Organization or Cause - Other
Lisa REwing, United States Ewing, United States Fundraising
Beth KHyattsville, United States Hyattsville, United States Advocacy/political activism
Rikki G New Zealand New Zealand Local Community Organization or Cause - Hunger or Homelessness
Mars dPhoenix, United States Phoenix, United States Local Community Organization or Cause - Hunger or Homelessness
Serah BLongwood, United States Longwood, United States Mutual Aid
Charles KRaleigh, United States Raleigh, United States Advocacy/political activism
John KLouisville, United States Louisville, United States Local Community Organization or Cause - Other
Jim LSt. Petersburg, United States St. Petersburg, United States Advocacy/political activism
Yvonne and Ron KBallwin, United States Ballwin, United States Advocacy/political activism
Marcello DColorado Springs, United States Colorado Springs, United States Citizen Science
John RLIVINGSTON, United States LIVINGSTON, United States Advocacy/political activism
Tif HJersey City, NJ United States Jersey City, NJ United States Local Community Organization or Cause - Hunger or Homelessness
Chris SGrand Rapids, MI United States Grand Rapids, MI United States Advocacy/political activism
Wendy WTX United States TX United States Local Community Organization or Cause - Hunger or Homelessness
Eric BBloomington, MN United States Bloomington, MN United States Mutual Aid

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