Click on the links below to visit the home pages
of various groups I support for their humanitarian efforts
or groups I am a member of.
Or don't. If you've been alive for more than ten years, you've probably got your own favorite non-profit organizations.
The groups listed on the Scientology cookie-cutter pages are all Scientology front groups. There's no independent third-party evidence that any of their groups have had any measurable success at reducing crime, curing drug addiction, or improving literacy.
In contrast, the groups I've listed below seem to me to be doing excellent work, making the world a better place.
Now THIS is my idea of a non-profit organization. Stressing diplomacy, tact, cultural sensitivity, and non-violence, Amnesty International has helped free political prisoners and reduce the horrifying use of torture throughout the world.
The ACLU works hard to protect the civil liberties of everyone in the United States. I've been a supporter of the ACLU since before they offered to help defend Ray Randolph's
site. I'm especially interested in their new
Take Back Your Data campaign
to restore our right to information privacy.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation
The Electronic Frontier Foundation is a non-profit organization working in the public interest to protect privacy, free expression, and democracy online. I've been a supporter of the EFF since before they offered to help defend Ray Randolph's
The American Friends Society
Unlike SOME "religions" I could name, the American Friends (also known as Quakers) work hard for social justice WITHOUT proselytizing.
It looks like the
s who put up cookie-cutter pages get to include at least one link to a non-Scientology group, in addition to the list of Scientology front organizations.
So, here's an organization that I support, even though it doesn't exist, the ARSCC.
I'm proud to be a non-member. (I'm not much of a joiner, so it works well for me.)
ARSCC (alt.religion.scientology Central Committee)
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This page was last updated on May 8, 1999.