AS303: Doing Charity Better, with Foundation Beyond Belief

Joining me for today is Noelle George, Executive Director of Foundation Beyond Belief! Since the holidays have rolled around again and you’ve likely started to hear the annoying, holier than thou jangle of constant Salvation Army bells outside of every grocery store and mall, I thought it might be a good idea to talk with someone doing charity without strings attached! Noelle and I talk about her background and atheism for a bit, and then we go on to discuss the exciting and important work the foundation does!

I highly recommend donation to Foundation Beyond Belief, but whoever you donate to, listen in to today’s episode to hear how to better vet them and make sure your money is doing actual good!

5 thoughts on “AS303: Doing Charity Better, with Foundation Beyond Belief”

  1. I have no problem with the name Thomas, but again as a former professional website developer my problem with it is that “Serious Inquiries Only” as opposed to “Atheistically Speaking”, will never be number one, or likely even in the top ten of google search results because it’s such a common term. And as is very often the case, as it was with me with Atheistically Speaking, people will search for it when they see it mentioned, or it’s recommended to them, and they won’t find it.

    1. I wanted to add that seriouspod would work well as a name for search purposes, and you could have Serious Inquiries Only as the internal name. Like “Welcome to Serious Inquiries Only on the SeriousPod podcast.” Anyway my two cents. 🙂

  2. I love the name, Atheistically Speaking but about two weeks ago I was thinking how the name doesn’t really fit the show anymore. I also agree with the sentiments that I want to talk about the show to people at work but the name would put off just about everyone since they are all majorly Christian.
    That said, I have a bad feeling about Apple getting the name change working on iTunes, because iTunes is a mess these days and Apple can’t even fix minor issues with their software.

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