Pave the Way Foundation Receives Financial Support from Two Major Foundations

Pave the Way Foundation Receives Financial Support from Two Major Foundations

New York, NY (PRWEB) August 8, 2005

Pave the Way Foundation announced today that two major philanthropic foundations have recognized the value of its inter-religious work and are providing substantial unrestricted gifts to forward the goals of the organization. The financial support from the Mandel Foundation and the Fritz and Adelaide Kauffmann Foundation will be used as to fund specific projects that will enhance the relations between religions through gestures of good will.

Pave the Way Foundation was validated less than one month ago with an unrestricted $ 100,000 grant from the Russell Berrie Foundation.

Â?On behalf of the Pave the Way Foundation, I am pleased to announce these substantial gifts.Â? Said Gary Krupp, President of Pave the Way Foundation, Â?We are honored that these outstanding foundations have recognized the value of our work. Further, they have contributed to our future success, the highest form of acceptance. When Pave the Way Foundation was founded, just three short years ago, our goals seemed, to many, impossible to achieve. They might have even been unbelievable. We have succeeded with each project in historic dimensions through inter-religious action. We are very grateful to the Mandel Foundation, to the Fritz and Adelaide Kauffmann Foundation, and to the Russell Berrie Foundation for their confidence in our work and in our message.Â?

With this substantial support, in the form of unrestricted grants, the Pave the Way Foundation will be able to drastically step up their efforts toward reconciliation between the religions of the world. The recent terrorism around the world, as well as the threat of further violence in the West, has demonstrated once again that the situation is ominous. Terrorism around the world is the product of religious extremism can only be effectively addressed when religions, not the governments, address the tool being used for manipulation, violence and incitement. Religious extremism exists in every religion and must be dealt with by each religion, if we are going over come the threats we all are living with today.

Pave the Way promotes gestures of good will between the faiths, in order to remove obstacles and to ultimately create a climate where the unified voices of the world’s religions can at last come together to respond to those who will use religion as a tool for violence.

Â?We have supported the Pave the Way Foundation each year from its inception and have watched promised goals, which have seemed almost impossible to accomplish, all being brought to fruition.Â? Stated Mr. E. M. Hershberg, Trustee of the Fritz and Adelaide Kauffmann foundation, Â?We are pleased to support an organization which not only reaches for the highest goals but achieves them. This truly is an inter-religious organization, which not only talks the talk but walks the walk.Â?

About Pave the Way Foundation

Pave the Way has a simple yet monumental goal Â?to enhance the relations between the worldÂ?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. Our vision is that the unified voice of the world’s great religious leaders condemning violence and promoting trust will pave the way to peace.

About the Mandel Foundation

The Mandel Foundation believes that exceptional leaders are the critical factor in contributing significantly to community and society. Such leaders are guided by a powerful vision of the future that is illuminated by clear purposes, inspired by profound ideas and energized by imaginative resolutions to todayÂ?s problems.

About the Fritz and Adelaide Kauffmann Foundation

The Fritz and Adelaide Foundation supports diverse endeavors which enhance life. Medical, religious, technological and social projects of merit have been the overall beneficiaries of the Fritz and Adelaide Kauffmann Foundation.


Gary Krupp

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New York, NY 10118

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Denver, CO (PRWEB) November 13, 2008

Robert Fawcett, the author has been writing about religion since the last ten years during which his initial writings took the form of a short and succinct essay that recorded his learning about the Anglican Communion and provided a snapshot of this world wide community. Robert is mindful of the fact that some common questions that keep cropping up are about the origins of the Church, the divide between the Roman Catholic Church and the Orthodox Catholic Church and its reasons as well as its fallout. He explores all these in his collection of essays that has been aptly titled, “The Church, The Holy Catholic Church, How It came to be ….and other curiosities.”

The latest book release, Major Religions of the World Revisited deals with the ‘Other Curiosities’ so to speak and provides a brief capsule on the other religions like Buddhism, Islam, Hinduism, Christianity and Judaism. Being a Businessman turned Religious writer, Robert Fawcett’s perspective is that of the common man who seeks to analyze death, the transient nature of life on this earth and to identify the difference between the religions practiced by him and by those in other parts of the world.

Postulating on the attractive aspects of his recently released book Robert Fawcett says, “The reader does not have to read several books on this subject. It is a synopsis of each religion, and the reader can further research the subject at will.”


Robert Fawcett is a businessman turned author. After writing essays and papers on the subject of religion, he was encouraged to turn this study on the major religions into this book. The recent release is not intended to add the million scholarly books on the subject of comparative religion, instead it serves to give a peek into the mind of this rancher turned Businessman turned religious author who is willing to take readers on an inner journey on a path oft traveled by each one of us at some time or the other.


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Siddhartha Gautama founded what has today become a major world religion. What religion did he found and where?
peanutz.. apparently u are a snobbish arrogant fool. if you think so high of urself.. why dont u answer all my qns.
nobody has got the exact place yet.

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In india..gaya?

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