Year end review of spectacular beneficiaries

Foundation Beyond Belief’s Humanist Grants Program gifted over $175,000 to worthy non-profit organizations in 2016.  Here we share a cross-section of our beneficiaries from this year. Cool Earth was a Natural World Beneficiary.  They work closely with indigenous communities to help preserve their forest land, and to create a plan to reclaim farmland depleted by…

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Tackling Malnutrition in Vulnerable Communities Around the World

Buddhist Global Relief was founded by a group of Buddhists and friends of Buddhism intent on giving concrete expression to the Buddhist values of loving-kindness and compassion. BGR’s mission is to assist communities around the world struggling against the life-depleting challenges of chronic hunger and malnutrition. BGR operates by establishing partnerships with organizations working on…

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Successive grant commitments strengthen our beneficiaries

We at Foundation Beyond Belief feel a responsibility to provide adequate support to our beneficiaries and minimize the work that a nonprofit needs to do to obtain the funding they need to function. Developing donors, anywhere from small donors to large donors, can take multiple contacts, careful media attention, and incredible “footwork”. In the past,…

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Support for Q1 2016 to build relationships

At the end of the 2015 fundraising year, non-profit organizations have all experienced the energy and expenditures it takes to raise money.  This quarter’s five beneficiaries will receive grants this quarter which are also renewable in Q1 of 2017.  This continuing support will allow FBB to incorporate philanthropic best practices and give our beneficiaries assured…

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Challenge the Gap: A Brief Review

Since its inception in 2011, Challenge the Gap challenges the idea that there is an unbridgeable gap between theists and nontheists. Foundation Beyond Belief remains committed to aiding secular organizations that encourage and demonstrate humanist generosity and compassion, which is why the beneficiaries in our other Humanist Giving categories are always secular. However, Challenge the…

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