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Tag Archive: Charity
Jun 08 2014
I wrote about the Tuam Mother and Baby Home.
Jun 07 2014
This one’s from the Christian Post
May 15 2014
Angelina was killed in a domestic violence incident that lead to a murder/suicide. She was a non-believer, just beginning to get involved in public/ organized atheism. She was a friend of Mandisa Thomas (founder and current president of Black Nonbelievers, Inc., and member of Black Nonbelievers of Atlanta) and Bridgett ‘Bria’ Crutchfield (board member at …
Apr 02 2014
World Vision are no longer a humanitarian organisation in my eyes. See living in the UK, World Vision don’t push their Christian Credentials, so it was rather surprising to find out that they are a Christian organisation. So I went to check their American website. So while the British one has a vague reference to “God” …
Mar 15 2014
Are you happy? Watch this and smile a little. Special thanks to Tacloban City and the UNDP. If you wish to help with Cyclone Haiyan reconstruction, check out your favourite charities. Because I’m Happy!
Mar 14 2014
In Korea, e-sports are a “big deal”. They are the equivalent of our football players or basketball players. We may consider video games as a simple way to kill time but many Koreans play the game like a sport. And one of the biggest games is League of Legends. I am on the North American …
Feb 06 2014
[TW - Acid Attacks] If you wish to donate, there’s my Just Giving Page! ( http://www.justgiving.com/amilliongods) We are 25% away from our target at the moment! Let’s see how high we can go!
Jan 12 2014
Okay, so I am tempted enough to make it official. Yes, I will be taking up ASTI on their plans and particularly for UK members tempted into coming along and fundraising, this is what you need. This is their itinerary, we have to hit £3400.
Jan 10 2014
The Acid Survivors Trust International (ASTI) are a charity that came to my attention following some atheist on atheist harassment. I knew about them from their Academy Award winning documentary, but I only read through their website after this unfortunate incident. Well ASTI offered me something rather cool, an opportunity to do some good out …