FBB Commends HAPI

Posted by admin | Posted on December 18, 2015

FBB hails HAPI “International Team of the Month”, commends its “strong spirit of volunteerism”

The
Foundation Beyond Belief (FBB), a Georgia-based 501(c)(3) foundation
focused on “humanist generosity”, awarded Humanist Alliance Philippines,
International (HAPI) “Team of the Month” for the month of August,
announced August 20, 2015.
FBB,
in its article, commends HAPI’s “regular service event schedule, strong
spirit of volunteerism and commitment towards improving their
community”.
FBB has also previously chosen HAPI-Bacolod’s head-shaving petition against deforestation as “Picture of the Month” for May.
HAPI
is the first and only international team of FBB. HAPI is also a Level 3
FBB team, the highest level among FBB’s tiers. Level ranking is based
on how many submitted events the team has accomplished within a year.
HAPI
thanks FBB for the recognition. We appreciate the acknowledgement and
promise to continue improving the community for the humanist cause.
For the whole FBB article, click here: https://foundationbeyondbelief.org/august-team-month-humanist-alliance-philippines-international/ https://foundationbeyondbelief.org/inside-fbb/about/

August Team of the Month: Humanist Alliance Philippines, International

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