Human Rights for Atheists, Agnostics, and Secularists, in collaboration with Atheists in Kenya Society (AIK), are running a small but urgent fundraising campaign. This campaign aims to support the immediate needs of both AIK’s president and the organization’s legal battle to survive in the face of anti-atheist bigotry being exercised by members of the Kenyan government. HRAAS is not a registered charity, so donations are not tax-deductible. I felt it important to highlight this and be completely transparent in this regard. All funds raised (minus GoFundMe fees and international transfer fees) will be paid directly to Atheists in Kenya Society; the only registered atheist organization in Kenya.
AIK is under attack by members of the Kenyan Government, who are seeking to outlaw this organization of non-believers and infringe upon both their Kenyan constitutional right to exist (Articles 32 and 36) plus their right to freely associate and express themselves in accordance with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (Articles 18 and 20) and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, 1976 (Articles 18 19 and 22).
Let’s get behind Atheists in Kenya Society and its president and send a clear message to the Kenyan Government – that both the Kenyan Constitution and human rights are not mutable! No donation is too small, so please donate to save the only registered atheist organization in Kenya.