Central Florida Freethought Community
Orlando, FL, USTeam Since 07 Sep 2016
Lifetime Hours Donated
Being a non-believer in a religious area can often be isolating. We are building a community of atheists, Humanists, freethinkers and religious skeptics who will have a place to socialize and discuss issues important to us, but we also want to create a landing pad for those who may be doubting their faith or leaving their religion.We believe in making the world a better place through our actions, and we know it is important to demonstrate our concern for local communities through active participation.
In 2016, the CFFC adopted Kewannee Park in Casselberry, FL. In 2021, we expanded our work to include a roadway in Oviedo, FL. We also participate in an annual STEM book and toy drive and regularly volunteer with various local organizations, such as the Second Harvest Food Bank.
Being out and proud as we engage in the community helps dispel misconceptions about atheists. We want to be known as a group of secular Humanists, atheists, and non-believers who show up whenever there’s a need.
We consider activism an important part of our organization’s work. We actively support the separation between religion and government as the best means to guarantee equal treatment for all, regardless of religious belief. As Florida’s only chapter of the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF), we help across the state in answering questions related to state/church separation and similar issues.
If you are anywhere near Central Florida, we would love to see you! Check out our Facebook Events Page or Meetup Page to find an event near you. Come out and get to know your friendly neighborhood atheists!
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Oviedo Blvd. Adopt-A-Road Cleanup Apr ’2304/15/2023 - 04/15/2023 9:00am - 11:00am
The CFFC has adopted Oviedo Blvd from Mitchell Hammock to Broadway near downtown. This is an easy walk with sidewalks on both sides and bathrooms at both ends. 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 walking clean-up…Learn More