Join secular public policy supporters from around the state for our 3rd Annual Secular Summit on Saturday, December 2nd. This will be a day of networking, advocacy training, education, and looking ahead to our 2018 Legislative Session. We’re looking forward to seeing you!
Ticket price includes full day admission to summit, lunch, and swag! Purchase tickets here.
This is a member-only event and attendance is capped at the first 80 members to register. Not a member of Secular Coalition for Arizona? Join today at www.secularaz.org.
About the Secular Coalition for Arizona:
The Secular Coalition for Arizona is a 501(c)(4) nonprofit advocacy organization that works to ensure a secular state government. We lobby on behalf of all individuals who believe that public policy free of religious preference is the best way to ensure freedom of conscience for Arizonans of all faiths and of none.
We also represent the Arizona nontheistic community – a vibrant and growing community of Arizonans who self-identify as atheists, agnostics, humanists, freethinkers, and other labels of personal choosing – to elected officials and government bodies in and from Arizona. We mediate the relationship between the nontheistic community and elected officials, and work to ensure that the law is never biased to the detriment and interests of Arizona’s nontheists.
The Secular Coalition for Arizona is a state-affiliated organization of the Secular Coalition for America in Washington D.C.
History & Organization
In 2010, the Secular Coalition for Arizona was formed as a 501 (c)(4) nonprofit organization and the first state affiliate of the Secular Coalition for America. Our organization originated as a cooperative effort by the Arizona nontheistic community to take its collective voice to Arizona elected officials, and to do so in a meaningful and professional way.
SC Arizona is operated by a board of directors and executive staff, and receives policy influence and comment from diverse liaised secular groups throughout Arizona. Collectively, these organizations represent thousands of individuals.
Source: Secular Coalition for Arizona