HAGs as our volunteers are affectionally known are people who want to get out there and make a difference. The first Humanist Action Group was founded in 2009 by Chris Worfolk and Richard Parker which began with homeless outreach work and soon expanded into blood drives and community clean ups.
Since then we have gone on to develop educational resources for those looking to start their own Humanist Action Group and now publish a leadership guide and a homeless outreach guide - both of which are freely available. Find out more at humanistaction.org.
HCN, more formally known as the Humanist Chaplaincy Network, is a support network for non-religious chaplains. We provide advice, support and training for people looking to provide humanist pastoral care, provided both online and via our annual Sunrise Conference. Find out more at humanistchaplains.org
Our online stock photography archive, Atheist Stock, is the only stock photography collection dedicated to free thought and is made available to non-religious groups across the world for free. It contains thousands of images all available in high quality for groups to use to design and produce professional quality artwork and stay within copyright law. Find out more at atheiststock.org.
An online archive of lectures on science, philosophy, religion and many other topics, Worfolk Lectures allows you to stream lectures for personal learning or as a screening for your local group or society. All of the videos are available in 1080 full high definition. Find out more at worfolklectures.org.
Secular Portal is an online resource library for free thinking groups around the world. Our library contains hundreds of documents including talks, slides, posters, leaflets, policies and many other documents and allows groups to share their work to help others also. Extensive information is available in our wiki, freethinking blogs are aggregated in our blogs section and lively discussions take place on our forums - the birth place of the AHS. Find out more at secularportal.com.
Named after the Latin word for society, SocietasPro is a free open source community group management system which makes running your local group easier. It provides powerful tools to manage memberships and mailing lists, as well as publish events and maintain a public website. It's free to download and use, and is open source, which means anyone can modify and extend it as they see fit. Find out more at societaspro.org.