First of all, we would love to thank Jason Pitzl-Waters for his gracious coverage of Cornerstone in The Wild Hunt. We are very humbled for the mention and feel blessed for the opportunity to be included alongside Pantheon Foundation, who is doing amazing work in the field of Pagan nonprofits.
Next, we want to say that there was tremendous support for the discussion of Pagan nonprofit organizations, institutions, and leadership this year. It is very apparent that the Pagan community is ready and willing to jump into this work and we couldn't be happier to hear it! This year and those to come will be a time of change for Pagan community as we move further away from some of the roots of our movement, including the anti-establishment and anti-organization movements of our forefathers. As a child of hippie parents, I'm of two hearts and minds on this at times, I know it must be done but my idealist upbringing sometimes wishes it did not have to be so.
Additionally, to all the wonderful and enchanting people we met and spent time with this weekend, you have given us much to think about and have reinforced many of the ideas we have begun to work on. You will begin to notice some new materials posted on the site as the next few weeks progress. We've begun putting some of your ideas and suggestions into action already.
Finally, we are recruiting for our committees. This includes our education, service, interfaith and congregation committees but also includes some of our lesser known committees. We will post a full list of committees we are recruiting for later this week here on the blog and on our facebook page. If you think you are qualified, and are interested in joining the committee, please, please, please send a succinct resume to us at email@example.com indicating which committee is of greatest interest to you.
Blessings to you all!