From the banks of the Chattahoochee outside of Ft. Benning, Georgia to the historic Washington Hilton outside of our nation’s capitol, the Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice has been a place of learning, collaboration, healing, commitment, and hope for 25 years.
In honor of the transformative and regenerative experience that is the Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice, we are asking for your support. Give a gift in honor of the Teach-In and this special milestone. Your support would:
- $10,000 | Cover the expenses of speaker fees and travel for IFTJ
- $7,500 | Cover livestream/recording expenses to allow thousands of viewers to experience IFTJ’s renowned speakers and prayers
- $5,000 | Cover staff and volunteer travel and expenses: Each year IFTJ is put on by a dedicated staff/volunteer team of 15-20 people
- $2,500 | Help ensure reflection space for processing, prayer, and connect on for participants throughout the Teach-In
- $1,000 | Help ISN grow the IFTJ through advertising and outreach
- $500 (30 opportunities) | Cover three students attending the Teach-In (helps ISN provide discounted and comped rates for low-income attendees and presenters)
- $250 (40 opportunities) | Cover A/V costs for a breakout session
Note: All Individual Sponsorship gifts are fully tax-deductible. Individual Sponsor gifts of $500 or more will receive two registrations to IFTJ as well as recognition on the IFTJ website and in the 2022-2023 Annual Report.
The Impact of ISN and the 25th Annual Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice
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
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
In Commemoration of the 31st 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.