Humanists UK

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Humanists UK is an organisation promoting humanist and secular thinking.

Founded in 1896, Humanists UK aim to advance free thinking and freedom of choice so everyone can live in a fair and equal society, through providing Humanist ceremonies, pastoral support, education services, and campaigning work.

How You Can Help

Time: Various

Sign up to the Humanists UK email bulletin in just a few minutes.

There are also opportunities to take part in local humanist group events and campaigns near you, or national events online or in-person.

Humanists UK accepts volunteers in a variety of different roles, such as helping with office work, specialist research, or in supporting pastoral or regional activities. Current vacancies can be found here

Cost: Various

Donate to Humanists UK, either with a one-off, monthly or annual gift of your choice. 

You can also browse the Humanists UK online shop, or explore other ways of giving such as through fundraising, or via Amazon Smile.  

You can also become a member of Humanists UK, from £4 a month for adults, £6 a month for families, or £700 for lifetime membership (alternative options are available for those on low or no income). A list of local humanist groups affiliated to Humanists UK can be found here, or you can set one up.

Location: United Kingdom  

Find out more: https://humanists.uk/ 

(This information was updated 18/11/21 and will be checked regularly by the Do Something Directory team. If you notice any mistakes, please let us know.)

Published by Swilson

Staff Writer at the Do Something Directory

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