IFTJ Individual Sponsors

Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice 2019

Commemorate the many milestones of 2019 as an IFTJ Individual Sponsor

Experience something special at the Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice? Inspired by the story of the Martyrs? Was Fr. Charlie Currie, S.J. an influential presence in your life?

Consider becoming an individual sponsor of the Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice to share your commitment to empowering individuals to seek social change grounded in faith.

Note: All Individual Sponsorship gifts are fully tax-deductible. Individual Sponsor gifts of $250 or more will receive recognition in the IFTJ program on the IFTJ website as well as in the 2019-2020 Annual Report.

Reasons to Sponsor IFTJ 2019

15th Anniversary of ISN | 22nd Annual Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice

As the network celebrates its 15th anniversary, there are signs that the organization is emerging as one of the most significant and innovative Catholic social justice organizations in the country. It’s also creating that rare space where young Catholics — often disillusioned and disconnected from the church — still find fuel for their faith… 

 John Gehring, Ignatian Solidarity Network educates, inspires young immigration activists, NCR

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In Memory of Rev. Charles Currie, S.J.

“I have never met a man more committed to social justice, and all causes that are good, than my dear friend Charlie Currie. His work with the Ignatian Solidarity Network inspires new generations to serve all humanity.”

Congressman Jim McGovern

The Jesuit Martyrs of El Salvador are remembered

In Commemoration of the 30th Anniversary of the murder of the Jesuit Martyrs and Elba and Celina Ramos

“Why were they killed? Because they were living a faith that does justice; they were telling the truth in a society built on lies, and they were trying to be the voice of the voiceless and power for the powerless. Thus, they threatened the powerful, especially the military, in the midst of a bloody civil war.”

Rev. Charles Currie, S.J.

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