The AHA Center for Education strives to provide educational opportunities that serve Humanist and Secular communities. The center offers a wide range of resources designed for Humanist individuals and groups across the spectrum.
The Association of Mindfulness Meditation and Secular Buddhism (AMMSB) is a nonprofit organization that promotes Secular Buddhism and secular meditation by advocating, introducing, and teaching the benefits of these practices to the diverse secular communities across the United States and around the world. The AMMSB makes no supernatural claims and advocates only those practices that are consistent with or corroborated by reason and the best science available.
The mission of the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry is to promote scientific inquiry, critical investigation, and the use of reason in examining controversial and extraordinary claims.
A valuable resource for those who ARE (or want to be) ORGANIZERS, meaning run a Freethought, Atheist, Agnostic, Skeptic, or Secular Humanist group. Network with other group leaders, share ideas, ask for suggestions, and help your group and those of others to flourish. By sharing our experiences we can help each other and the Freethought movement to move forward and avoid obstacles.
The Humanist Institute exists to equip humanists to become effective leaders, spokespersons, and advocates in a variety of organizational settings, including within the humanist movement itself. They explore humanist values and train future leaders.
The mission of the James Randi Educational Foundation is to promote critical thinking by reaching out to the public and media with reliable information about paranormal and supernatural ideas so widespread in our society today.
The mission of Partners for Secular Activism is to facilitate education about secular, scientific, and civic issues and activities for the public.
The Skeptics Society is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) scientific and educational organization whose mission is to engage leading experts in investigating the paranormal, fringe science, pseudoscience, and extraordinary claims of all kinds, promote critical thinking, and serve as an educational tool for those seeking a sound scientific viewpoint.
TIES mission is to provide middle school teachers the tools they need to effectively teach evolution and answer its critics based on new Next Generation Science Standards.