The New York City Center for Inquiry is getting atheists and secular humanists together this Sunday for a rather unusual fundraising event—singing Christmas carols in Washington Square Park to raise money for the Hurricane Sandy recovery efforts. Every penny raised will go to New York Cares.
The idea is that many atheists still enjoy various traditions, regardless of their religious origins—baking cookies, decorating, singing, and so forth. So why not get together with fellow heathens and have some fun while raising money for people in need at the same time?
When: December 16, 2012, 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Where: Washington Square Park
You can find out more information, including links to the carols, on the CFI–NYC event page.
Featured image by emily balsley.