Godless Grace Essay Contest and Our sponsors, Affiliates and Friends for the Asian Humanist Convention and HAPI Con 2017

Posted by admin | Posted on March 18, 2016

Integrity, generosity and kindness emanate from the HAPI Core officers and members.  Indeed, kindness begets kindness.

Our supporters  are expanding worldwide, being an international nonreligious society with chapters all over the world.

In preparation for the HAPI con, we are launching a Godless Grace essay contest sponsored by our affiliates and those who have helped HAPI  one way or another.

 GGF is based in  NYC, USA
whereby our very own  Chairperson, Marissa Torres Langseth, is a member of the Board of Trustees.

HAPI is the only international society of FBBN based in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
They have donated funds for the HAPI Trees.

  HAPI has been an affiliate and official member of ISHV
based in Florida, USA

HAPI is an official Affiliate of Atheist Alliance International
since its inception. They have donated funds for the HAPI General Assembly in Feb 21, 2016 in Cebu, Philippines.

IHEYO is the youth Division of
IHEU based in London, UK
of which HAPI is an official member.
IHEYO will partner with HAPI for the
Asian Humanism Convention
in  June 10-11, 2017

 AHA is a friend and a huge sponsor of
HAPI since its inception.
AHA is based in  Washington DC, USA.
AHA is instrumental in our huge events in Leyte and Nutritional Campaign and The General Assembly in Cebu.

 Atheists Against Pseudoscientific Nonsense is a new supporter
of HAPI, whereby, Ms M is an admin

 American Atheists based in  Washington, DC, USA  has been supporting
HAPI from the get go.

 CUC is a friend of HAPI
This group is based in the USA with chapters in the Philippines.
Its members are also active in HAPI.

The guidelines for Submission of the Essay: send to christopher@hapihumanist.org

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