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High School Science Grants Ready for the Asking

High School Science grants! Cape Fear area teachers: need money? Tell HFCF and the March for Science organizers why in one easy page and we might just send you a check.

Need science lab equipment? Want to take an awesome science-related field trip? The possibilities are truly limited only by your imagination.

We understand that department budgets are negligible at best, and that creative teaching takes a hit because resources are limited. We want to make a difference by awarding science program grants in the Pender, New Hanover, and Brunswick county high school systems. Our grant requests are simple because we know your time is precious. One page, no crazy budget forms, and a quick signature from your principal. Mail it in and we’ll do our best to respond within 30 days.

Find out more at http://capefearhumanists.org/?page_id=835

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(Note, with a nod to science teachers who have taken issue with the above image: the use of proper safety equipment, including protective eyewear, is suggested.)

 

Reason-based Thinking on Parade: Wilmington’s March for Science

Humanists and Freethinkers of Cape Fear is the official sponsor of the March for Science – Wilmington, which anticipates a crowd of 500 science-loving locals for a rally at Roland Grise Middle School and march to Hugh MacRae Park. The march will merge with the annual Earth Day Festival at the park, where HFCF will have a booth. HFCF’s support of the march aligns with the organization’s pledge to welcome all people with an interest in promoting science-based reasoning, social justice, secularism, environmentalism, peace, and personal ecological responsibility.

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HFCF Supports National Day of Reason

Listen to WHQR 91.3 in Wilmington NC for the Humanists & Freethinkers of Cape Fear’s Day Sponsorship May 7 in honor of the National Day of Reason. This will be the first time that a National Day of Reason resolution will be introduced in Congress. The National Day of Reason was first observed in 1952, in response to the US Congress instituting a National Day of Prayer. Read more about marking this important day for non-theists and secular Humanists here.