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Apostates need support. Help rescue them from religion.

Apostates need support. Help rescue them from religion.

HumanistGlobal.org – the new website of the Brighter Brains Institute that launched the world’s first atheist orphanage in Uganda – is setting up an Apostate Support service.

Humanist Global promotes humanism globally and performs charitable deeds that indicate “we don’t need gods to be good”.

It is part of the Brighter Brains Institute, a California non-profit organisation.

In Uganda it supports two humanist orphanages, eightt humanist schools, and seven humanist clinics. It also provides start-up funds and microloans for community business projects, and medical payments for clubfoot and fistula surgeries.

Its mission is to launch humanist projects in multiple nations that need humanism, ie, places “where religion is destructive”.

It currently planning to expand to Kanya, Malawi, and Nepal.

The goal of the apostate support service is to assist people who want to leave religion by providing resource links and online online advisors.

Webpages have been established for Ex-Christians, Ex-Catholics, Ex-Jehovah’s Witnesses, Ex-Seventh Day Adventists, Ex-Pentecostals, Ex-Mormons, Ex-Scientologists, Ex-Orthodox Jews, Ex-Hindus and Ex-Muslims.

Apostate Team members will be listed here.

If you’re interested in being on our Apostate Support Team, contact humanistglobal@gmail.com.

Donations to support this service can be made here.

Hat tip: Hank Pellissier

4 responses to “Apostates need support. Help rescue them from religion.”

  1. john says:

    Spelling error in the email address

  2. Barry Duke says:

    Thanks for spotting that. I have corrected it and notified Humanist Global of the error on their site.

  3. Newspaniard says:

    No PayPal, no donation. Sorry.

  4. Walt says:

    Its mission is to launch humanist projects in multiple nations that need humanism, ie, places “where religion is destructive”.

    They are going to be really busy because “religion is destructive everywhere”.