Satan surrounds with a pre-built evil reputation. Whenever someone takes out the word Satan from their mouth, it is obvious, that an eyebrow or two would be raised. Satanists’ beliefs and ideologies are based around the notion of the devil but it does not necessarily mean that they engage in any evil activity. The non-theistic religious group called The Satanic Temple has branches all over the world. The supporters only wish and work towards the wellbeing of the community members.

The myth about the community of Satanists is that they perform violent rituals but that isn’t what you will learn about them today. We have a few examples for you which are going to prove that they can come forward to support the homeless and people who are victims of domestic abuse.

#1 Organizing Initiatives To Provide Menstruation Products To Those Who Can’t Afford It

Various Satanic Chapters across the USA participate in this initiative to make menstruation products, including tampons, sanitary pads, menstrual cups, and wipes available to anyone in need, focusing on whoever may not be able to afford it without assistance.

#2 Providing Baby Supplies For Struggling Parents

The Satanic Temple Minnesota hosted a diaper/infant care products drive to help out those in need. They partnered with Simpson Housing services, which is a local non-profit supporting families with young children who suffer from homelessness.

#3 Backing Up Campaigns To Battle Various Child Abuse At Schools

The Satanic Temple Chapters collectively joined forces nationwide to address abuse taking place in public schools and fight corporal punishment, use of physical restraints, restricting bathroom access, and violating other civil rights.

#4 Encouraging People To Donate Blood And Save Lives

Satanic Australia launched the very first charity event in the country called “Blood For Satan.” Using quite the attention-drawing slogan “Satan wants your blood, not your soul,” the campaign called Satanists in Australia, Tasmania, and New Zealand to save lives by donating blood which, according to The Red Cross, has saved 252 lives to date.

#5 Keeping Homeless’ Feet Clean And Warm By Providing Socks

“Socks For Satan,” launched by The Satanic Temple Florida as a part of their long-running campaign, collects and distributes new socks for people on the streets.

#6 Providing Business Attire For People Trying To Break Out From Poverty

This clothing drive initiated by The Satanic Temple Arizona Chapter collected business casual and semi-formal attire aimed to provide resources for community members aiming to get out of hardship as they attend job interviews and employment fairs.

The religious group which has been in controversies has been active for many years claim in their mission statement: “The mission of The Satanic Temple is to encourage benevolence and empathy among all people, reject tyrannical authority, advocate practical common sense and justice, and be directed by the human conscience to undertake noble pursuits guided by the individual will.”




#7 Collecting Donations For People Who Experienced Domestic Abuse

With 21 other so-called Chapters, The Satanic Temple Austin are doing donation collections for SAFE (Stop Abuse For Everyone)—an organization dealing with domestic violence and conservative lobbying.

#8 Donating Clothing And Raising Money For People In Need

In 2017, “Warmer Than Hell,” a clothing collection organized by Boston’s Satanic Temple Chapter, was actually intended to promote religious diversity and bring warmth to those in need. The initiative provided 191 coats, sweatshirts, jackets, hats, and gloves as well as two large bags of socks and more than 900 dollars.

#9 Committing To Keeping The Beaches Clean With Save Our Shores Program

In 2018, The Satanic Temple in the state of California ended up adopting a beach and has committed to keeping it clean of trash, meanwhile raising awareness for the cause.

#10 Supporting The Adopt-A-Highway Programs Across Different States

Various Satanic organizations participate in promotional campaigns aimed at volunteers to keep parts of highway free of trash across North America.