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Welcome to Humanists Doing Good!

We are a nonprofit and nonreligious community of compassionate and rational people doing good for the sake of good. We are people learning, socializing and volunteering together. We are always looking for more people to join our cause and invite you to learn more about our organization and our beliefs. You just may be surprised to learn that great minds such as Albert Einstein have shared our vision.

Humanists Doing Good focuses on improving our lives by improving the lives of others.

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    Nov. 6th, 2016 - Leaf Raking Good Deed

    We are seeking volunteers to help rake leaves in a Grand Junction neighborhood as a good deed. We will be posting notices in a neighborhood in advance of the event to let them know that we'll be in the area raking leaves to help anyone who may want our assistance. We'll also provide contact information in our notices so that people can alert us to anyone in the area who might especially benefit from our assistance such as elderly or disabled people.

    This is a fun way that we help out in our community that we have done on an annual basis and the main thing that you'll need to bring is a rake. We recommend that everyone dress in layers to be able to adapt to whatever the weather and you may want to bring gloves.

    When: Sunday, November 6th from 10 am - Noon

    Where: Grand Junction (keep an eye on meetup for exact location)

    Click here to RSVP via our meetup site or to view more information.

    Oct. 30th, 2016 - Hike The Rabbit Ears Trail

    The trail climbs up and along a ridge to the top of a mesa overlooking the Colorado River. There are spectacular vistas to behold from the Grand Mesa to the east and the La Sal Mountains to the west. You can view the Colorado River as it passes beneath Mary's Loop and the Lions Loop and makes a big bend at Salt Wash. To the west you can see the river pass by the mouth of Mees Canyon. All the trail descriptions we have read describe hiking for about 2.5 miles to the overlook. The trail can be followed in a loop for another 2.8 miles and that's the hike being described in this post:

    When: Sunday, October 30th at 10:00 am

    Where: Rabbit's Ear Trailhead - The Rabbit's Ear Trail is located in the Rabbit Valley Recreation Area west of Grand Junction, Colorado, 2 miles from the Utah line. Take I-70 West to the Rabbit Valley exit at mile marker 2, turn left and cross over the interstate. The pavement ends on the South side of the interstate. Continue along the road for a hundred yards or so then take the first left (East) and follow the gravel road for 4.5 miles to the Rabbit's Ear trailhead.

    Click here to RSVP via our meetup site.

    Oct. 23rd, 2016 - Roadside Cleanup of HDG's Adopted Highway

    Join everyone as we clean our adopted stretch of the I-70 Business Loop a little west of Mesa Mall. Our stretch of road is a little over 2 miles long so we can certainly use as many volunteers as possible. We also like to have a bit of a treasure hunt each time we go out to see who can discover the most unusual or interesting items.

    We supply trash bags and safety vests. We recommend that you bring your own water, sturdy footwear and gloves and consider things like sunscreen, hats, etc. We ask that all volunteers who wish to participate watch the two brief safety videos found at the following address:

    When: Sunday, October 23rd from 10 am - Noon

    Where: West Gate Inn - We will park in the West Gate Inn parking lot near the Travel Plaza convenience store/truck stop. This is near the I-70 overpass.

    Click here to RSVP via our meetup site.




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