What You Can Do to Help?

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Atheists, humanists, “religion-switchers” and apostates who just came out are often alone and lacking any social support from their families and friends. In some countries they are in danger of being molested, prosecuted or even killed. We can offer them some moral support, practical help, therapy, and sometimes funding to build up a new life. You can be part of that, in different ways: 

Sponsor a case: If there is a specific case that has your sympathy, you are welcome to support that person or family with a one-time or recurring donation. Alle the money goes for 100% directly to the people that are supported (Click here to become a sponsor)

Become a secular rebel: With a monthly donation to the SUN-project as a whole, we give you the honour title of Secular Rebel. Your gift will be spent for 100% on the cases that needs it the most at that moment. (Click here to become a secular rebel)

Join forces and become a partner: Is your organisation supporting similar groups and individuals, in your country or with a specific background, then we will love to work together with you. Register as a partner organisation and we will contact you to talk about how we can help each other help more people. (Send a message to the website administrator to get your organisation listed)

Volunteer: the Secular Underground Network is 100% run by volunteers. We have case managers, web developers, psychologists, therapists, counselors, social media managers, bloggers, graphic designers, and more. If you want to be a volunteer, please register here, and we’ll contact you to discuss how you can be of help to the community with your expertise.

Join the community: Whether you’re sympathizing with the people we’re supporting, or you want to offer some advice within your specialism, or become a volunteer, our community is growing every day. You can get in touch with the other community members, exchange ideas and offer your knowledge. We will inform you with updates on the stories monthly.

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