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Statement of Purpose:

The Pagan Pride Project is a non-profit organization. The primary purposes of this corporation shall be the advancement of religion and elimination of prejudice and discrimination based on religious beliefs.

Mission Statement:

The mission of the Pagan Pride Project is to foster pride in Pagan identity through education, activism, charity and community.

Defining the Mission Statement:

We try to keep our purpose balanced through the inspirations of Air, Fire, Water, and Earth:


Read a history of the Pagan Pride Project

What is a Pagan?

The following definition is for the purposes of the Pagan Pride Project. Others may define themselves or their group in different ways, and that's OK. Some groups that fit the categories we list may not call themselves Pagan, and that's ok too - that's why we say that first and foremost the definition of a Pagan is someone who self-identifies as a Pagan. But the following was created in order to have a functional definition to help educate the public about the spiritual paths we cover:


A Pagan or NeoPagan is someone who self-identifies as a Pagan, and whose spiritual or religious practice or belief fits into one or more of the following categories:


What the symbols on our logo stand for

Legal Paperwork

Our Papers of Incorporation

Our Bylaws

Who's Who on the Board of Directors

(click a name to see a bio and a pic where available)
Executive Director/National President:
Vice President

Regional Coordinators

(see Regional pages for more info)
New England Region
Mid-Atlantic Region
South Region
Carrie Zay
Ohio Valley Region
Mid-South Region
Gregory Michael Brewer
Upper Midwest Region
Upper Plains Region
West Region
Amanda Hyde
Eastern Canada Region
Amanda Hyde
Western Canada Region
Northern/Western Europe Region
Central/Southern Europe Region
Overseas Military Events