A Special Message Regarding the Pagan Japan Relief Project

Jason Pitzl-Waters —  March 19, 2011 — 3 Comments

The Peter Dybing-initiated drive to raise money from within the Pagan community for Doctors Without Borders’ work in Japan has now raised nearly 22,000 dollars! Dybing has just released a special video message about the Pagan Japan Relief project in honor of this remarkable achievement.

I urge you to head over to Dybing’s blog where he has posted an interview with with Eric Ouannes, General Director, MSF Japan, in addition to messages of support from several Pagan organizations and individuals. If you’ve been considering making a donation, and would like that donation to be counted as part of a joint Pagan community effort, it’s not too late to give now.

You can find all my previous coverage of this issue, here.

Jason Pitzl-Waters


  • Thank-you, Mr. Dybing, for starting this initiative.

  • Anon

    I see Peter has updated the FirstGiving logo to include symbols for other pagan traditions (see picture at http://www.firstgiving.com/fundraiser/Pagan-Commu… ). Yes…we are a diverse community.

  • Heather

    Count me in. After Red Cross's virtual non-help to the poor people who needed it most during Hurricane Katrina, I felt at a loss to which reputable charity I could trust with my donations, be they money or material goods. Thanks so much for setting this up!