All-skeptic/atheist Comic Night at the Brea Improv
Skeptic comics Ian Harris, Steve Hill, Emery Emery, & Travis Pinon present a night of critical & thinking comedy! A portion of the proceeds will go to Friends of Freethought.
Friends of Freethought is honored to partner with Ian to promote/support this wonderful event and are incredibly grateful to the Improv and all the comics for sharing a portion of the proceeds to help further our mission: providing educational outreach and advancing the causes of reason, scientific literacy, and critical inquiry as we partner with charities and humanitarian organizations of Southern California through fundraising, volunteering, and networking.
Orphanage Trip to Tijuana, Mexico
Periodically, Friends of Freethought volunteers take a trip to an orphanage in Tijuana Mexico where we spend time playing with the spirited youngsters and help to prepare and serve lunch.
Our next trip is to the Hacienda Orphanage on Saturday, November 15th.
On July 20th join Friends of Freethought, and a variety of Southern California freethought/skeptic/atheist groups, for their first ever summer Freethought Picnic in Fullerton at Ted Craig Regional Park from 11am to 3pm for an afternoon of food, fun, and friends.
Volunteer to Answer Phones During a Live PBS Pledge Drive
Join Friends of Freethought in volunteering at PBS to answer phones and take pledges during Joy Bauer’s Food Remedies and a documentary called Happy, Space is limited to 16 volunteers, so RSVP soon.
Welcome to Friends of Freethought. We hope you chose to become part of our community, find an enriching experience, and explore the diverse opportunities for expression that our growing community of freethinkers offers.
Join Friends of Freethought in helping keep our beaches clean.
Several times per year Friends of Freethought joins the Huntington Beach/Seal Beach chapter of the Surfrider Foundation to clean our local beaches. This is a free, fun, and easy way for freethinkers to get together for a little sun and exercise while helping out in the community.
A Letter from David Redmond, Board President
In his 2013 year end letter Friends of Freethought Board President, David Redmond, talks about FF's first year and the organization's plans for 2014. "Hello, As 2013 comes to a close I'd like to take a moment to look back at how far Friends of Freethought has come in the last 12 months. At the end of 2012 Friends of Freethought didn't exist. A group of friends and I had just held a Winter Solstice fundraiser to benefit the 2013 Orange County Freethought Alliance conference to be held May 4th. Our group then went on to hold Think & Drink, another fundraiser to benefit the same conference. When all was said and done, we'd raised $1,600 to donate to the conference..."
Friends of Freethought has created a public outreach booth for events such as the Fullerton Market. At outreach events we engage the public using positive interactions, as well as to seek out fellow freethinkers who don't know about us.
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