“We cannot seek achievement for ourselves and forget about progress and prosperity for our community... Our ambitions must be broad enough to include the aspirations and needs of others, for their sakes and for our own.”
17 years of Donations and
The Panthean Temple has been donating and contributing for many years.
The more we grow, the more we can do to change our corner of the world.
Please consider donating time, goods, and of course - money. It often
takes money to change other people's lives. It's all up to you. We don't want to have to turn anyone away due
to lack of donations. What kind of world do you want to create?
Fulton: You are the future of philanthropy
In this uplifting talk, Katherine Fulton
sketches the new future of philanthropy -- one where collaboration and
innovation allow regular people to do big things, even when money is
scarce. Giving five practical examples of crowd-driven philanthropy, she
calls for a new generation of citizen leaders.
We are a 501(c)3 nonprofit
donations are tax deductible.
The Panthean Temple is listed in Circle Sanctuary's Guide to
under Pagan Organizations Doing Charity Work,
and Guidestar under our old name Pagan Community Church
(we are waiting on them to update).
Our EIN has remained the same.
Panthean Temple of Connecticut
POB 111, Derby CT 06418
Founded in 1995 under Pagan Community Church; tax exempt status in 1997
Our address and name change has been updated with the IRS and the State
You may also donate through:
Where we have donated
Donations of food, clothing, and supplies to food banks and homeless shelters
Bridgeport Rescue Mission
Donations to shelters for battered women
My Sister's Attic (Umbrella Agency)
Donations to Pine Ridge Reservation, SD, organizations
Oglala Sioux Tribe Victims Assistance in Indian Country (VAIC)
Kateri Circle Sewing Group
Donations to various local animal shelters
Other donations include
Special needs children's class in Canada
Donations of food, clothing, monetary, and goods to people within our own
community and those in greatest need.
And there is ALWAYS someone in need in our community.
Donations always go to our own people first and foremost.
Hospital Visitations and Healings
Rites of Passage