There are numerous ways you can become involved in our cause:
Promote Plurality and Defend the Establishment Clause
- Students and parents can work to promote satanism in schools. If your school is allowing religious organizations to distribute materials, find out how they obtained approval. Use the same process to request atheists and Satanists receive the same rights.
- Check your school handbook. If you find any rules prohibiting satanic symbols or clothing, advise the school board that this is discriminatory and violates your rights.
- Attend council meetings in your city. If the meeting starts with a religious prayer, follow procedure to request an invocation for atheists and Satanists.
- Notify the Freedom From Religion Foundation of any public spaces or public property featuring the words “In God We Trust.”
- Over the holiday season, check if your city has set up any religious displays in public spaces. You can apply for a similar space for an atheist or satanic display.
Defend Religious Rights
- As a student at a public school, you can sign up to join the Protect Children Project. This will provide you with religious protection from psychological and physical abuse. Parents, friends, and relatives of children at public school can inform students of this project and encourage them to sign up.
- Raise awareness of reproductive rights by spreading the word about our efforts.
Educate People About Reason Alliance
- Write about our campaigns and efforts to correct injustices.
- Form a Reason Alliance club at your school or university.
Promote Our Tenets
- Volunteer to support your community through civic activities, such as at a homeless shelter, an animal shelter, or another social service.
Start a Fundraiser
If you would like to raise money to support our cause and fund our activities, please let us know in advance and tell us about your concept.
Here are some tips to help you run a successful fundraiser:
- Market your fundraiser. Ensure plenty of people attend by posting flyers, advertising on your school bulletin board, and spreading the word online. Better yet, hold the fundraiser where an event is already taking place, such as at a sports game or street fair, and draw attention to your efforts with colorful signs.
- Keep it simple. Classics like a bake sale or yard sale are easy to organize and have the potential to raise large funds.
- Be unique. Alternatively, if you have an original idea or unusual talent, don’t be afraid to try it. You can even combine several ideas to appeal to a greater audience.
- Gain support. Even the most basic fundraiser is difficult for one person to handle alone.