The New Orleans Secular Humanist Association is dedicated to raising the awareness of people of the Gulf Coast region to the ideals and values of secular humanism. We are an affiliate of the Council for Secular Humanism, an associate of the American Humanist Association, an affiliate of American Atheists, and a member of the Atheist Alliance International.
NOSHA By-Laws 2009
Meet the NOSHA Officers and Board
NOSHA has a diverse volunteer board of directors who are elected to three year terms each December. Read more about them here, and find out who's who.
Becoming a member, or renewing a membership, is easy. Click on the membership button or send a check to our treasurer, Rose J. Mort. Memberships are $20.00 per household.
If paying by check, make it payable to NOSHA and indicate which project your donation will benefit. Send all NOSHA donations and membership dues to:
P.O. Box 58536
New Orleans, 70158-8536
Getting our message out to the community
NOSHA is raising funds to get our message out to our community. Anyone interested in finding out more about us and secular humanism can attend our regular meetings. See our Calendar for a schedule of meeting dates and events.
If you have questions or comments, please feel free to contact Board President Emeritus Harry Greenberger. Greenberger was the founding president of NOSHA and is available for presentations to the media and area organizations about the separation of church and state and other humanist issues.
NOSHA is accepting donations for our advertising fund which will place advertisements on street cars, billboards and other possible media outlets. All contributions marked for "advertising" will be used exclusively for that purpose.
Our most ambitious program is to bring speakers of note for whom we will need honoraria and travel expenses. A donation of $500-1000 will allow us to substantially defray the expense of hotel, food and flights to New Orleans for one speaker.
Contributions to NOSHA are tax deductible since we are a 501(c)3 corporation. Please consider funding one of these programs.
NOSHA pays the Audubon Zoo $165 for each monthly meeting. A donation of $330 will cover two months of meeting space rent.
Advertise in NOSHA News
Reach over 500 educated households, four times a year by advertising in Nosha News, the official newsletter for the New Orleans Secular Humanist Association which is celebrating ten years of promoting reason in our community.