New York, NY (PRWEB) October 22, 2005
Pave the Way Foundation would like to express our condolences to those who have lost loved ones from this natural disaster. We are saddened to learn that as many as 100,000 may have perished. At the same time, we understand that an even larger number of people, surviving the initial destruction, are in need of food, shelter and the basics in order to secure their survival through the upcoming winter months.
Now is the time for people of the world, of all creeds and religions to come together and lend a hand. Pave the Way Foundation is accepting donations, which will be forwarded 100% to charities working on the ground to help the survivors.
"Every religion in the world dictates that its adherents must reach out to their fellow man in time of need," said Gary Krupp KCSG, President and founder of Pave the Way Foundation, "now is the time for action, not talk. We should all put aside our differences and help, because the Pakistani people need it, and they need it right now."
Donations can be made by check to Pave the Way Foundation's New York office or by PayPal on http://www.pavethewayfoundation.org. All donations
earmarked for Pakistan Earthquake relief will forwarded in total to charities working to improve conditions and enable the survival of the
About Pave the Way Foundation
PTWF has a simple yet monumental goal: To enhance the relations between
the world's religions through gestures of good will and thereby embracing their similarities and savoring their differences. In today's
world, some individuals try to achieve their agenda through violence, in the name of religion. To silently allow this to happen defames every faith. The vision of PTWF is that the unified voice of the world's great
religious leaders condemning violence and promoting trust will pave the
way to peace.
Gary Krupp or Neil Berro
350 Fifth Avenue, Suite 3805
New York, NY 10118
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