About Us

All over the world, local coordinators host public Pagan Pride celebrations. In 2015, the window for celebrations is August 1 to October 31 -- see our Event Policies for more information. Read more about what we have done in the Pagan Pride Project history and the News Section and Press Releases.

What happens at an event?

At a minimum, the Pagan Pride celebration in your area will involve three main activities:

1. Public ritual:
A public gathering where Pagans can network with each other and celebrate an Autumn Equinox ritual.

2. Food drive:
A food drive or other charitable activity, to share our abundant harvest with others in need, and to make a clear statement to those who have misconceptions about Paganism. We know that our ethics, based on concern for ecology, personal responsibility, and individual freedom, mean that we feel strongly called to actions of social responsibility. It is important for us to highlight our similarity to other religions in that regard.

3. Press releases:
Press releases and media coverage of our events in order to present the truth about Paganism to our communities, refute common misconceptions, and draw political attention to Paganism in order to try to prevent legislative discrimination against Pagans.

Other possible activities:
Along with these three primary activities, many areas have chosen to add other events and make the gathering a full festival, with merchant booths, music, book-signings, workshops, and other activities.

Have you been successful?

Oh yes!

For a summary of the success of our events, read the History

For an idea of the exposure we have received for our movement and Pagans all over, see the News Section and Press Releases