GreenFaith is an interfaith coalition based in New Jersey that works with houses of worship, religious schools and people of all faiths to help them become better environmental stewards. The Rev. Fletcher Harper is executive director.
Enlighten the Vote is a nonpartisan political action committee working to elect atheists. Ellen Johnson is executive director. Contact through the website.
American Atheist magazine is a quarterly magazine published by American Atheists. It is a platform and a resource for Atheists in America.
The Hispanic Theological Initiative is a consortium of colleges and universities in the United States working to increase the presence of Latinos in the academic world.
The Jewish Historical Society of MetroWest concentrates on the Jewish experience in Essex, Morris, Sussex and portions of northern Union counties of New Jersey. Linda Forgosh is executive director.
The Jewish Historical Society of Central Jersey serves the communities of Middlesex, Union, Somerset, Warren and Hunterdon counties in New Jersey. It is in New Brunswick.
National Disaster Interfaith Services, based in New York City, is a faith-based network provides training for clergy, religious leaders and faith-based groups, to help them plan for responding to disasters, and helps with recovery when a disaster does occur. Contact through executive director Peter Gudaitis.
The Oasis is a support ministry for gay Episcopalians. It has chapters in the dioceses of California, Missouri, Newark, Michigan, Rochester and New Jersey. Contact information can be found on each chapter’s website.
The Hindu Students Council describes itself as “an international forum that provides opportunities to learn about Hindu heritage through various activities, events and projects” on college campuses in the United States and abroad.