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Are you an atheist, skeptic, agnostic, or freethinker seeking like-minded community in the Miami Valley? Join us at one of our meetups.

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Vision and Mission

Our vision is of a society where reason and evidence guide individual and civic principles, and where none suffer prejudice for a commitment to rationality. Our mission is to nurture a community in the Miami Valley that values secular humanism, promotes and preserves freethought in the public square, provides supportive fellowship, and engages in humanitarian good works.

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Community Service & Activism

Freethought Dayton supports a number of community related and charitable activities. We volunteer at the Food Bank of Dayton. We have adopted a highway. We support the annual "Light the Night" fundraiser. And so much more...

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We have raised over $9,000 for Light the Night

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Make New Friends and Learn New Things

Freethought Dayton offers its members many opportunities for personal growth and for socializing with other freethinkers. We have a wide variety of meetup types: there are social events, member support groups, educational events, and events that are all about supporting the local community.

Here’s a listing of some of the types of meetups we host or participate in: Picnics in the Park, Freethought Dayton Lecture & Discussion Series, The Food Bank, Recovery Sunday, Pub Science, Highway Cleanup, Wright-Patt M*A*S*H (Military Atheists & Secular Humanists), Trivia Nights, Book Club (Monthly), Bleed & Feed (Blood Bank & Lunch at local diner), Support Group, Movie Nights, Car Pooling to Conferences (e.g. Skepticon), Habitat for Humanity, Game Nights, Campus Debates and Speakers, Light the Night! and other charitable fundraisers, Banquets with other local freethought groups, Seasonal Parties (e.g. Festivus, Halloween, New Year’s Eve, End of the World), and other events.

Chew on that!

“By analyzing teeth and carbon remains from isotopes from fossil specimen Australopithecus sediba, German scientists discovered early humanity chewed bark…”

 

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