Resources for Humanist Communities

As representatives of AHA, Celebrants, Humanist Ministers and Chaplains are in a unique position to work with their communities in promoting humanism. The Humanist Communities Project, working in conjunction with other like-minded organizations, provides you with the tools and programs to help you promote your humanistic values and ideals. We encourage all Humanist Society members to be active in their local organizations and help us put our philosophy forward. And of course, the Humanist Society itself – staff, Officers and other members, are always willing to help with these endeavors.
  • Human Light
    HumanLight illuminates humanism’s positive secular vision. In Western societies, late December is a season of good cheer and a time for gatherings of friends and families.
  • Darwin Day
    Darwin Day is a global celebration of science and reason held on or around Feb. 12, the birthday anniversary of evolutionary biologist Charles Darwin. On this website you can find all sorts of information about Charles Darwin and the International Darwin Day Fundation.
  • Secular Seasons
    The highlight of the Secular Seasons project, is the collection of events celebrated within the non-religious community at various times throughout the year. In addition to the calendar provided on the home page, here we index these events by month.
  • Camp Quest
    Camp Quest is the first residential summer camp in the history of the United States aimed at the children of Atheists, Freethinkers, Humanists, Brights, or whatever other terms might be applied to those who hold to a naturalistic, not supernatural world view.
  • Camp Inquiry
    Camp Inquiry is one of many educational initiatives offered by the Center for Inquiry, a research institution devoted to the appreciation of science and reason, and their applications to human conduct
  • Secular Student Alliance
    The mission of the Secular Student Alliance is to organize, unite, educate, and serve students and student communities that promote the ideals of scientific and critical inquiry, democracy, secularism, and human-based ethics.
  • Campus Freethought Alliance
    The mission of the Center for Inquiry is to foster a secular society based on science, reason, freedom of inquiry, and humanist values.
  • The International Humanist and Ethical Youth Organization
    The International Humanist and Ethical Youth Organisation (IHEYO) is devoted to promoting the spread of humanism among young people. IHEYO is working together with many groups and individuals around the world. With humanism in practice IHEYO means all humanist, freethinker, laique, skeptic, rationalist, atheist, agnostics, etc. groups.
  • Society for Humanistic Judaism Youth
    Whether you’ve only just discovered Humanistic Judaism or have been part of this movement since your birth, you will find answers to your questions and opportunities for stimulation and inspiration at the SHJ Teen and Young Adult Conclave.
  • Junior Skeptic by the Skeptic Society
    Bound into every issue of Skeptic, Junior Skeptic is an engagingly illustrated science and critical thinking publication for younger readers.
  • Humanist Community Student Blog
    We are a group of bay area high school students who wish to acknowledge and commentate on current social issues. Our goal is to promote an open, just, and caring society by giving voice to our generation.

chapter-map-previewLocal Affiliates and Chapters give the AHA a strong grassroots presence and they are essential to the success of humanism in the United States. They engage in social activism, philosophical discussion and community-building events.

Click here to find a Local Chapter of the American Humanist Association.