Thank You for Another Successful Better Together Days!

Better Together Days is a program of Interfaith Youth Core, which brings our network of campuses together for a week of interfaith action. This year we have about 100 hundred campuses participating in a variety of ways.  


Although the 2020 Better Togethers Days has concluded, keep the conversation alive and let us know what events you still have taking place this spring by using the hashtag #bettertogetherdays


Take a look at what some of our campus partners did during the week!  


10 students at the University of Rochester (Rochester, NY) prepared and served food at a local emergency shelter. 

20 students and faculty held a potluck at Texas Lutheran University (Segion, TX). Participants used the Talk Better Together questions to explore aspects of religion, politics, and proselytization. 

The University of the Redlands (Redlands, CA) held their 2nd annual Better Together Ball. Over 100 participants joined this celebration of dancing and food drawn from a range of worldviews in their community. 

Carthage Colleg (Kenosha, WI) held two events. The first was a dinner and discussion that engaged 25 participants on a variety of topics. At the second event, Chaplain Col. Karris Graham shared experiences being a chaplain in the military with 32 participants. 

Baylor University’s Interfaith Regional Gathering, Grand Valley State University’s Made in Michigan Interfaith Lab, and Elon University’s Ripple Conference brought hundreds of students and educators together to advance leadership skills and build stronger communities. 


If you haven’t yet filled out the Post-Event Survey, please do so. We’ve already drawn winners for the 2020 Interfaith Leadership Institute, but we would love to hear what your campus accomplished. 


If your campus leads an interfaith action project you could win 4 free registrations for the ILI for your campus. 4 campuses will be selected for this prize.


If your campus hosts an inspirational dialogue event you could win 2 free registrations for the ILI for your campus. 4 campuses will be selected for this prize.


If your campus gets students interested in interfaith work you could win 1 free registration for the ILI for your campus. 4 campuses will be selected for this prize. 

More Ways to Get Involved


Better Together Days is a national week of action headed by Interfaith Youth Core, a national nonprofit working towards an America where people of different faiths, worldviews, and traditions can bridge divides and find common values to build a shared life together. A society where interfaith cooperation is the norm.

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