Our Humanist Action campaign puts compassionate Humanist values into practice through charitable giving and community works. Check out some of the upcoming events we're involved in that show that Humanists are Good Without God.
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Life is a short and irreplaceable experience. As Humanists we strive to live to the fullest and we desire for other people to have the same fulfilling experience.
We are seeking 9 donors to give blood. (1 slot has been filled by a BCHA Staff already!)
If you are interested, please check your eligibility here.
If you are eligible, please click below or email Nancy@BCHumanist.ca to register (or RSVP) - please include whether you've donated before.
Post Donation café to follow- What makes life so special. How can we live to the fullest without religion?
Why blood donation matters
‘’Blood is the most precious gift that anyone can give to another person — the gift of life. A decision to donate your blood can save a life, or even several if your blood is separated into its components — red cells, platelets and plasma — which can be used individually for patients with specific conditions.’’ (WHO 2017)
No thoughts and prayers here. Just solidarity and support for patients and survivors. Please join us in raising awareness and funds for blood cancer research. We can’t count on miracles to end cancer but can support researchers in finding a cure.
Join or donate to the BC Humanist Association team (click the red buttons on our team page) and RSVP here for more information.
About the Light the Night walk in support of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada
Being homeless in winter can become a life or death situation. As shelters open their doors in response to the weather, they are often under pressure to supply essentials to care for the needs of their guests. In a response of compassion, we kindly ask your assistance in collecting the following item to be donated to Directions Youth Services, a local secular youth shelter.
- Outdoor winter apparel: Coats, gloves, scarfs, toques, long johns, sweaters
- New socks, underwear, bralettes, camisoles/undershirt
- New person hygiene products like toothbrushes, tooth paste, deodorants, mini soaps, hand sanitizer, shampoos/conditions
- Winter shoes/boots
Everyone wants to feel dignified. Personal care while living on the street is real challenge. A donation of new and gently used goods makes an awful situation a little more bearable.
Event Details: Drop off locations to be announced shorty.