Affinis Humanity Coalition is a nonprofit organization promoting the advancement of normalizing humanist narratives in communities. Our vision is to change the narrative of humanism in Arizona and America. Through campaigns, social media, and Humanistic education, we seek to remove stigmas about non-theistic values. Our community consists of Humanists, Atheists, Agnostics, and other non-religious groups locally and nationwide. We encourage interfaith dialogue with faith-based groups who are secular and champion the separation of church and state.
Arizona End-of-Life Options is a grassroots volunteer coalition, organized to gain passage of a state law making it possible for terminally ill Arizona residents to legally obtain medications that eliminate undue suffering at the end of life. The proposed legislation is modeled after laws already in effect in eight states and the District of Columbia.
Camp Quest Arizona is a traditional sleepaway summer camp experience open to all kids ages 8-17, but particularly geared toward building a community for children from atheist, agnostic, humanist and other freethinking families, all with the goal of providing a place where children can explore their developing worldviews, ask questions, and make friends in an environment that is supportive of critical thinking and skepticism.
The Flagstaff Freethinkers is a community-oriented group of skeptics and nontheists that meets for social events, discussion, volunteer opportunities and family-friendly activities. Any science-minded, reason-based thinker is welcome to join.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) is an educational group that works to promote the constitutional principle of separation of state and church, and to educate the public on matters relating to nontheism.
HSGP is a community of humanists, atheists, agnostics, free-thinkers, and non-theists of all types that aims to enrich the lives of any who join us through explorations in science, philosophy, history, and the arts. HSGP is primarily an educational organization, providing bimonthly lectures by experts in various fields; opportunities for intellectual discourse over books, arts, and specific discussion topics; and social events such as game nights, potlucks, and celebrations through the year. Members have diverse and passionate interests in topics such as separation of church and state, evolution, technology, and environmental issues.
Kingman Freethinkers is a nonpartisan, secular social group formed to help us along the journey through education, advocacy, outreach, community service and fellowship. To promote open inquiry, critical thinking, logic and reason. To support the separation of Church and State. To promote fellowship and community among like-minded individuals. That we can, without theism or other supernatural belief, develop our ability and responsibility to lead ethical lives of personal fulfillment that aspire to the greater good of humanity as we see that good to be. And have fun doing it.
MAAF provides a unique service in building community for atheists and humanists in the military. Nontheistic service members serve honorably throughout the world -- always have; always will. Humanists, atheists, agnostics, freethinkers, and other nontheists have a home with MAAF.
Or Adam Congregation is active, inclusive and seeks to provide the spiritual, social, emotional and intellectual needs of Jews by birth, by choice, by association, and of partners who wish to retain their own religious and cultural identification.
The Phoenix Atheist MeetUp Group is a way for like-minded individuals to connect and socialize. The group offers the chance to meet others, discuss positive activism in the community, and build a network of thinking, rational people, serving as a safe landing spot for life-long atheists or those who may have just left a religious group and want to connect with open-minded people.
The Prescott Freethinkers is a community-oriented group of skeptics, humanists, and atheists/nontheists that meets for social events, discussion and family-friendly activities. Any science-minded, reason-based thinkers are welcome.
The Reason Riders were formed from a uniting of those who choose to act with thoughtful and specific purpose. Reason Riders ignore the pressures of religions and politics and act in the purest forms of charity. The love of the motorcycle community and the respect for the traditions therein bring the Riders together in a structure that is time honored.
The Secular Humanist Jewish Circle's mission is to meet the affiliative needs of cultural, humanist, secular Jews (and their non-Jewish family members/partners) in the greater Tucson area. This caring and stimulating community offers an alternative to conventional Judaism. Secular, non-theistic, and proudly Jewish, SHJC welcome everyones who connects with the history and culture of the Jewish people and the principles of Humanistic Judaism.
Secular Student Alliance @ ASU seeks to organize, unite, educate, and serve students who promote the ideals of rationality, secularism, and humanism.
SSA at the University of Arizona is the only officially recognized club on campus for nonreligious students. The group meets once a week for speakers, presentations, and discussions while also getting together for other fun, social events like hiking, movie nights, potlucks, and more.
Red Rock Rationalists are an association of free thinking individuals not beholden or subservient to religion, superstition, or supernaturalism. They advocate the use of reason and science as the only sources of dependable truth, defend and promote the separation of church and state, and support human rights, civil rights and equality for all.
The Sierra Vista Freethinkers are a community-oriented group of skeptics and nontheists meeting for social events, discussion, volunteer opportunities, family-friendly activities, and more. All science-minded, reason-based thinkers are welcome.
Tucson Atheists gather regularly for socializing, conversation and volunteer activities. This active group welcomes all who want to engage in reasonable discussion.
TACO's mission: To facilitate the atheist/secular community in doing good works, as well as raise funds to help other organizations in their missions. Our activism and actions are informed by secular principles of humanism and social justice. We want to make our corner of the world a better place and we will accomplish that through actions, not platitudes. We provide community and support for the atheist/secular community in southern Arizona, and our medium to long-range goal is to do more direct giving and provide services ourselves.