PAST FUNDRAISERS
 
Coke Rewards
 
St. Baldrick
Super Storm Sandy
Rock Beyond Belief
MASH Food Drive

 

Welcome to the M*A*S*H (Military Atheists and Secular Humanists) unit at Fort Bragg, NC. We're so glad you found us!

We are an organization of active military, veterans, dependents and even civilians, in the Fayetteville and Sandhills area of NC providing atheists, agnostics, freethinkers and secular humanists with opportunities to connect with like-minded people in the Fort Bragg area, and have a lot of fun while we build our interNOfaith community.

We welcome you and your entire family, whether you just want to enjoy our many social activities or you are ready to take a leadership role. Join right away on our Meetup page and come to an event to get started! Contact us with any questions or suggestions.

Dogwood Festival
April 26 - 27, 2014

M*A*S*H, along with our parent oganization MAAF, has an informational booth at the upcoming Dogwood Festival. We will have a special guest Saturday, Jason Torpy of Military Association of Atheists and Freethinkers! Stop by our booth and say hello. Hope to see you there!

BTW: If you have any Coke Rewards or Boxtops for Education you'd like to drop off, it will be appreciated. (see Ferguson-Easley Fundraiser below)

Ferguson-Easley Fundraiser (Ongoing)

MASH is has an ongoing fundraiser via My Coke Rewards and Boxtops for Education for Ferguson-Easley Elementary School, a Science and Math public charter school in Fayetteville, NC. Help MASH Fort Bragg support early science education to encourage rational thinking in the next generation!

How you can contribute:

1. Bring Coke Rewards numbers (caps, wrappers and/or boxtops) and/or Boxtops for Education cut outs to any MASH Fort Bragg function and we will enter the codes for you. Coke Rewards can be donated directly from your Coke Rewards account to Ferguson-Easley Elementary School, Fayetteville, NC.

Coke Rewards Ferguson-Easley page

MASH President Featured in Freethought Today

Our president, Brenda Germain, was featured in the Freedom From Religion Foundation's June/July 2013 issue of Freethought Today in the Meet a Member section. Read the full interview.

 

Affiliated Organizations

 
American Atheists
 
Camp Quest South Carolina: Secular Summer Camp
 
Military Association of Atheists & Freethinkers
 
Military Religious Freedom Foundation

 

     
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