Final Push by the Pagan Community for Japan Relief Effort

An excellent article by Cara Schulz on The Pagan Blog At Patheos…

The fundraising effort by the Pagan community for the survivors of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan heads into its final push this weekend. The goal is set at $30,000 and as of press time, $28,631 has been raised since the effort began on the 14th of March.

Peter Dybing, First Officer of Covenant of the Goddess, has set up a fundraising page to gather donations from Pagans to send to Doctors Without Borders to aid survivors in Japan. This organization has teams on the ground in Japan and is setting up medical treatment centers.

Not only is giving to a charity such as Doctors Without Borders in line with Pagan ethics, it’s a way for Pagans to donate as Pagans and be recognized as such. Several well known Pagans have joined Dybing in this effort and echo this sentiment.

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