Non-profit Spotlight: ATLien Fund

ATLien Fund is an Atlanta-based non-profit organization that does important and diplomatic work for extraterrestrial beings living in the United States. Their mission is to strengthen intergalactic relations by promoting compassion, spreading awareness, preserving culture, and funding extraterrestrial habitat conservation and management. 

History of ATLien Fund

ATLien Fund was founded in November of 1968 when a group of passionate astronomy students gathered in the Georgia Tech Library late at night to study for an exam and bond over astrophysics and their love of all things extraterrestrial. After hours of conversation, the group uncovered a mutual frustration regarding society’s lack of compassion for extraterrestrial life and culture. Understanding the dire need for extraterrestrial compassion and habitat conservation, the students formed the United States’ first ever extraterrestrial conservation organization. 

In 1969, the ATLien Fund was able to get in touch with several Project Blue Book astronomers. Project Blue Book was a top-secret United States Air Force project investigating UFO sightings and other extraterrestrial events between 1947 and 1969. The ATLien Fund used the data, and UFO sightings gathered for Project Blue Book as a way to set goals for habitat conservation, management, and more. 

In 1976, the ATLien Fund met an anonymous astronomer from Project Blue Book who decided to come forward and release information regarding the whereabouts of a group of extraterrestrial beings living in the Southern United States. Soon after making this discovery, the ATLien Fund held secret meetings with the extraterrestrial group. These meetings served as the space for extraterrestrial life to communicate their needs. Instead of relying on the top-secret government data and UFO sightings present in Project Blue Book, the organization can now set clear goals based on the verbalized needs of extraterrestrial life. The ATLien Fund is currently aware of over 100 distinct groups of extraterrestrial life living in the United States. 

ATLien Fund Operations

Due to the controversial nature of the cause, the ATLien Fund functions in a secretive way. The organization warns potential members of extraterrestrial conservation work and urges all members to take precautions while volunteering, donating, and spreading awareness. Many ATLien Fund members remain anonymous, attending virtual meetings and donating. Others choose to participate in in-person meetings and volunteer under aliases. 

 Although still a relatively small organization, ATLien Fund has grown significantly over the past couple of years. What started as a group of five eager college students has grown to be what is now a very diverse and successful organization, having over 400 human members. 


Partnering with the Astronomers of Project Blue Book for Extraterrestrial Outreach 

Because the government terminated project Blue Book in 1969, members of the ATLien Fund worked tirelessly on the nearly impossible task of uncovering and finding those who worked on the project. Finally, after finding several astronomers, the ATLien Fund asked for their assistance with obtaining the top-secret information gathered during the Project Blue Book. 

Through hard work and dedication, the ATLien Fund uncovered numerous extraterrestrial residences. 

Extraterrestrial Residences Uncovered by ATLien Fund
Extraterrestrial Habitat Conservation

Between 1947 and 1969 alone, 12,000 UFO sightings were reported to Project Blue Book. In addition, the ATLien Fund has taken strides in the fight to strengthen intergalactic relations and conserve extraterrestrial habitats. Since its inception, ATLien Fund has placed more than 6,000 acres of land under conservation management throughout the United States. 

Preserving Extraterrestrial Culture

Through their conservation efforts, the ATLien Fund has assisted in preserving extraterrestrial culture. The ATLien Fund meetings allow extraterrestrial life to communicate their needs, interact with other extraterrestrial groups and educate humans on aspects of their culture and customs. Additionally, the ATLien Fund hosts monthly private events at their secret headquarters.

Donate & Volunteer to ATLien Fund 

The ATLien Fund is a 501(c)(3)  non-profit organization and relies solely on donations and volunteers to achieve their extraterrestrial culture preservation, habitat conservation, and intergalactic harmony goals. Although the organization has made significant progress, there is still a great need for funding and assistance. 

If you are interested in donating to the organization, you can visit the donation page of their website.

If you are passionate about extraterrestrial habitat conservation, you can volunteer for the organization or become a member.