Proof That Not All Witches Are Bad, The Pocono Witches' Festival Will Benefit Children In Need
The Pocono Witches Festival & Ball will be holding a One Warm Coat®, children's coat drive, this coming October.
By: Androide Entertainment
"We are so excited about our upcoming One Warm Coat drive and hope the community will support us. Unfortunately, Witches are often misrepresented, and we want to change that. We are about wanting to make the world a more positive place. There are nearly 50 million Americans struggling to provide a warm coat for themselves or their families. That means that one in every five children are living in poverty and may not have a warm coat for the winter, and we want to help change that. One Warm Coat's program helps us do this, which will make a big difference for our local children who need a coat" said event organizer and practicing Witch, E. Massey.
Each year, hundreds of thousands of gently worn coats are distributed across the U.S to children, women and men in need through One Warm Coat's Coat Drive program. "We are so grateful for our Coat Drive Ambassadors, like E. Massey and The Pocono Witches' Festival, it is because of our incredible volunteers that we have been around for more than 25 years, helping get coats to our neighbors who need them. Thanks to E. Massey and The Pocono Witches' Festival efforts, many children in the Pocono area will have a much warmer winter", commented Jennifer Stockard, President and CEO of One Warm Coat.
One Warm Coat is a national non-profit organization that works to provide a free, warm coat to any person in need and raises awareness of the need for warm coats. Coats are distributed in the communities where they were collected, to any person in need, without charge, discrimination or obligation. Over the past 26 years, One Warm Coat has worked with its volunteers to give away more than 5 million coats.
The Pocono Witches' Festival & Ball will be held October 18th - 20th at the Split Rock Resort in Lake Harmony and is expected to draw over 500 people. The festival includes a Witches' masquerade ball, Séance and Paranormal Investigation, Psychic Dinner, and a "Magickal Market", with over 100 vendors selling event themed items and offer workshops by known occult and paranormal celebrities and speakers. Organizer and well-known Practicing Witch, E. Massey has published two books on the practice of Witchcraft and Magick. Referred to as the "Pocono Witch" he has organized various events in the Poconos and serves on the Philadelphia Pagan Pride board of directors. Information can be found at www.poconowitchesfestival.com.