IFAM: Ignatian Family Advocacy Month

    Learn, Pray & Act for Justice

    Join the Ignatian network in advocating for humane immigration reform, U.S. policy toward Central America, and environmental justice.

    WHEN: February 2015

    WHERE: Your home district!

      IFAM 2015 Organizer Packs COMING SOON!

      Learn

      Educate yourself & your community on our IFAM legislative priorities: Immigration Reform, U.S. policy toward Central America and Environmental Justice.

      Pray

      Join the Ignatian & Catholic family in communal prayer for change.

      Act

      Engage your community & legislators through in-district meetings, letter/phone writing campaigns, and prayer/education events.

      Spread the Word

      Sign Up & Report Back

      Signing up for IFAM 2015 will help us keep you in the loop & track how people are engaging. Use the report back form to let us know how your legislators responded to your in-district advocacy meetings. We will share this information with our advocacy partners in DC.

      Share #IFAM15

      Post photos & announcements to Twitter & Facebook using #IFAM15

         
      Rockhurst University students in advocacy meeting with Sen. McCaskill's staff

      Ignatian Family Advocacy Month reaches over 171 U.S. Congressional Offices

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      Ignatian Family Advocacy Month (IFAM), a national advocacy effort of the Ignatian Solidarity Network in partnership with the U.S. Jesuit Conference, inspired hundreds of advocates from Jesuit universities, high schools, parishes, and ministries to engage in legislative advocacy on three priority issues: humane comprehensive immigration reform, the fair minimum wage act, and protecting the SNAP program.
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      Hundreds Advocate During Ignatian Family Advocacy Month

      Ignatian Family Advocacy Month (IFAM), a national advocacy effort of the Ignatian Solidarity Network inspired hundreds of advocates from Jesuit universities, high schools, and parishes to engage in legislative advocacy on three priority issues: sustainable environmental practices, humane comprehensive immigration reform, and protecting those impacted by economic poverty in the U.S.