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Local Coordinator Application: Part 5 -- Coordinator Application Form

Coordinator Application Form

Once you have filled out this form, the Assistant Membership Director will get back with you. She will ask for a confirmation mail, including private contact info. Be assured we won't use this except in an emergency, and won't give it to anyone else! But it's good to be able to contact people. Note also that you will not officially be named Local Coordinator for your area without that confirming email - it also lets us know that someone didn't sign you up for it without your knowledge.


By submitting this form, you agree to the following things:

  1. You agree to host an event between August 1 and November 30. This event needs to follow these requirements:

  2. - It will be an admission-free event held at a publicly accessiblelocation.
    - It must be open to anyone who wishes to attend. (You can ask people to leave the event based on what they are doing, in the case of disruptive actions. You cannot ban people from attending based on who they are.)
    - A Harvest-themed Pagan ritual must be performed
    - A food drive or other charitable drive will be held
    - The media must be directly invited to the event.
  3. You give permission for your public contact information --at minimum an email address and a name--to be listed on the Pagan Pride Project event pages. (We will make the distinction between public and private contact information quite clear, and will post nothing you do not want us to. But you have to provide *some* method for interested helpers and attendees to contact you.)
  4. You give permission for your public contact information to be given to members of the press.
  5. You give permission for your private contact information to be given to your Regional Coordinator. Again, this information will not be released anywhere else.
  6. You give permission for your email address to be added to the Pagan Pride Coordinators mailing list (
  7. You agree to remain on the Pagan Pride Coordinators' Mailing List, understanding that the Web Only setting is not allowed for coordinators.
  8. You agree to send a monthly update to your Regional Coordinator every month, even if it's simply, "Hello; I'm still here but we haven't done much this month."
  9. You agree to fill out an event report within two weeks after your event. This will include information like number of attendees and amount of charity raised.
  10. You agree that your event will follow all other Pagan Pride policies and guidelines, unless a specific waiver has been received from the Board of Directors.
  11. You agree to abide by the Code of Ethical Conduct.

IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS about any of these, please contact the Membership Director. In specific instances the Board of Directors reserve the right to waive a requirement, so if you have a question you need to contact us.

All parts required. We can't (and won't) answer you without having your contact information.

Your legal name: (Do not hit return after typing this)

Your craft or magickal name (if applicable):

E-mail address (note -if you do not fill this out, we have no way of contacting you in return!):

Phone number (the RC might contact you for further info):

State, province, or territory in which you are interested:

City or area you are specifically near:

Country if not the USA:

Of the following, what do you consider yourself? (Pick the best fit)

Please give us the name and contact information for three references, preferably at least one within PPP and at least one outside PPP, and how you know them.

How long have you actively practiced your Pagan spirituality?
I'm just starting to look into this
In my first year and a day
More than a year, less than three
More than three years, less than seven
More than seven years

Number of years of experience in Paganism in general...explain:

Number of years of experience in the Pagan Pride Project...explain:

Do you want to coordinate or simply help with your area festival, and why are you interested?

What do you believe are your strengths when it comes to the Pagan community?

How are you active in your local Pagan community?

We hold ethical principles which require us to take responsibility for our own actions, know our own will and desires, and strive to improve ourselves, our neighbors and our world. Not the least of this is the event policies which must be followed (you did read the event policies, right?). Are you committed to our ethics and event policies?

What does it mean to you in terms of being a public spokesperson for Paganism? Are you prepared to be "out"?

Do you have any experience in print or other media, such as journalism or public speaking?

Do you understand that being a Local Coordinator will mean the potential for media contact and public exposure, that this is a responsibility that requires you to be 'out of the broom closet' and you might be asked to disclose your real name (for example, on corporate registration paperwork)?
Yes No

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