Northern Indiana Atheists was proud to stand side-by-side with Michiana Five for the Homeless at their protests demanding change, raising awareness, and rallying the community.
Elkhart City Police Officer and School Resource Officer, Cody Skipper, was observed in his full police uniform leading the prayer with the students.
NIA calmly offered cold water and snacks to anyone who was thirsty or hungry, a true help for the real stress each individual faces while entering an appellate court on a Friday morning.
Michiana Skeptics has ran this Adopt-A-Family program for years. This year we’re teaming up and Northern Indiana Atheists is supplying the ability to make tax exempt donations. We're happy to keep this tradition alive and more than happy to put in the work to help needy families for the holidays.
Shepherd’s Cove Clothing Pantry in Elkhart, Indiana, helps around 400 families per month, giving away around $650,000 worth of merchandise per year.
Northern Indiana Atheists is having a clothing drive to help the homeless and needy in our community. Bring your new or gently used clothing items to any of our social events to add to the donation box. All clothing donated will be given out free to people in need.
The purpose of the Secular Therapy Project is to help connect non-religious or secular persons who need mental health services with outstanding mental health professionals, such as psychologists, psychiatrists, counselors, and others.
The Book of Religions takes kids on a trip around the world to learn about what makes a system a “religion.” It also teaches them the basics about each tradition and how they were created.
The Latinx Humanist Alliance’s mission is to facilitate social justice activism among, expand the visibility of, and foster safe spaces for Latinx humanists. In service of their mission, the alliance will develop a speakers bureau, build a nationwide network of Latinx humanists, and advise and work alongside the American Humanist Association on social justice legislative advocacy.