The Malta Humanist Association was set up in a meeting attended by founding members Ramon Casha, James Debono, Philip Manduca, Raphael Vassallo and Godfrey Vella on the 7th of April 2010. An ad hoc organising committee was appointed to hold office until the first General Meeting that was held a few months later. The MHA offers two types of memberships: Associate Membership and Full Membership. Our facebook group, open only to associate and full members of the association, brings together a community of Humanists that share our aims. Since its formation, the MHA has been very successful in championing Secularism and Reason-based morality in Malta, including being a strong voice during the Divorce referendum campaign, championing LGBT+ rights, Supporting and contributing to the National Curriculum with regards to the teaching of Ethics in schools, training Humanist Celebrants and providing Humanist Ceremony services, supporting Marriage equality amongst many other contributions. When the MHA lost one of its most valid and strongest voices, Ramon Casha, we set up a scholarship fund in his name that would go towards a worthy secular cause in discussion with his next of kin. There is still a lot of work to do and we are hoping that with our colleagues in the International Humanist and Ethical Union and the European Humanist Federation we can keep working towards a Malta that is based more on the foundations of Justice, Compassion, Reason, Diversity, Secular values and a respect for the meaning of the one life we have in the one world we live in.