HDR Appeals update & California Fires

Thank you to every person who donated to our Disaster Appeal: Hurricane Season 2018 and our Call to Action: Family Separation at the Border. Your gifts will make a real difference in the lives of those affected by these crises. These campaigns will be closed on Monday, November 19th. If you would still like support…

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Update: Family Separations at U.S. Border

There are currently 13,200 children in custody of the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR), which is more than ever before, and the average stay has doubled from that of two years ago. (The official Health and Human Services number is 54 days, but officials have anonymously reported that the number is closer to 74.) The…

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Hurricane Harvey: One Year Later

While many people across the country, and even in Houston, do not see or hear daily reminders of the devastation wrought by Hurricane Harvey, the most vulnerable of Houston's residents are still feeling the effects one year later.

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Volunteer with Foundation Beyond Belief in April

HDR in action

Calling all Humanists! Houston families need your help! Last fall, Hurricane Harvey and its associated rainstorms dropped about 27 trillion gallons of rainwater over Texas and Louisiana in just just six days. Harvey dumped 51 inches of rain in south Texas, which is more than Houston typically gets in one year (49.77 inches). Over 300,000…

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HDR Teams needs Volunteers for Louisiana

Humanist Disaster Recovery (HDR) Teams is in need of volunteers for our next deployment which is scheduled from May 27 – June 7, 2017, in Denham Springs, LA. Volunteers are not required to remain for the duration of the deployment and are responsible for their own travel to and from the program. Volunteers may begin…

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FBB reacts to San Antonio mayor’s comments

Earlier this month at a mayoral forum, the current mayor of San Antonio, TX, Ivy Taylor, was asked by a representative of SA Christian Hope Resource Center what she saw as the deepest systemic causes of generational poverty. Her answer was disappointing. “Since you’re with the Christian Coalition, I’ll go ahead and put it out…

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FBB monitoring famine for possible HDR Drive

At this time, one of the greatest humanitarian crises of the modern age is unfolding in Northeast Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan, and Yemen. This past weekend, in only the Jubbaland region of southern Somalia, 26 people lost their lives to starvation in the span of a day and a half. Famines have started to become…

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Random Acts of Kindness Day

Today is Random Acts of Kindness Day, a nationwide day to encourage kindness. Foundation Beyond Belief is thrilled to work with incredible volunteers who put their kindness and compassion to work in their lives every day, and we'd love to have you join us! With a number of programs that offer ways to volunteer both…

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