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Check out the inventory of speaking engagements that Dave has done since March 2019.
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All financial support ( Patreon & Paypal) that Dave receives goes towards travel costs to more secular, humanist, atheist groups to have conversations around living and dying as an atheist. We greatly appreciate the financial support which enables Dave to keep doing this work until he can't anymore.
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FFRF promotes nontheism and defends the constitutional separation between religion and government. With more than 30,000 members, FFRF, a 501(c)(3) nonprophet nonprofit, works as an effective state/church watchdog and voice for freethought (atheism, agnosticism, skepticism).
Final Exit Network holds that mentally competent adults who suffer from a terminal illness, intractable physical pain, chronic or progressive physical disabilities, or who face loss of autonomy and selfhood through dementia, have a basic human right to choose to end their lives when they judge their quality of life to be unacceptable.
EverythingALS is a patient-focused non-profit, part of Peter Cohen Foundation, a 501(3)c organization, bringing technological innovations and data science to support efforts -- from care to cure -- for people with ALS, by offering a open-data platform for direct engagement with patients, caregivers, researchers and drug companies.
Learning how to live after questions, doubts, and changing beliefs is a journey. Recovering from Religion is intimately familiar with this path, and are here to help you to cross that bridge. Their passion is connecting others with support, resources, community, and most of all, hope. They have two forms of support available below: peer support and professional support.
The Clergy Project was launched in March 2011 to create a safe and secure Online Community of Forums composed entirely of religious leaders who no longer hold to supernatural beliefs.