What is the Humanist Action Group?
The Humanist Action Group is an organisation which aims to inspire and coordinate Humanists doing volunteer work in their local community.
HAG was first founded in 2009 by Chris Worfolk and Richard Parker. The idea was to stop talking about how Humanism is about living a good and ethical life which makes the most of it for ourselves and those around us and get out there and start making a difference - not because scripture told us we should but because it is the right thing to do.
Since that time HAG has been involved in an array of different community work including homeless outreach, community clean ups and blood drives.
HAG is coordinated by the Chris Worfolk Foundation, registered charity 1137220.
If you would like to receive information about volunteering opportunities in your local area, please see the volunteering page. Alternatively you can contact us via the details below.
By email at:
By mail at:
Humanist Action Group
Chris Worfolk Foundation
1 Temple Lane
To get in touch with us, please contact us by the above means.
If you are looking for photography from our projects, a selection of images from the Leeds group is available on Atheist Stock, please contact them directly, if you would like access to them.