Better Together Days is here!
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.
If you are hosting an event, be sure to use the hashtag #bettertogetherdays so IFYC can help amplify your story and share it across our network!
Take a look at what some of our campus partners are doing!
Adams State University (Alamosa, CO) is hosting a Food Fix Friday lunch that will highlight regional foods with discussion questions to engage their community plus an excursion to a nearby spiritual center.
Throughout the week, the Interfaith Committee at St. Phillips College (San Antonio, TX) is leading a food and hygiene products drive for their local food pantry.
Bethune-Cookman University (Daytona Beach, FL) is spreading their BT Days experience throughout the month with 3 Tuesday night dinner and conversations focused on "Resisting Difference", "Worldviews--religious and non-religious", and "Dialogue, not Debate."
Emory & Henry College (Emory, VA) is sponsoring a service project to make blankets for a local nursing home.
Multiple campuses are hosting daily events throughout the week! Way to go Endicott College (Beverly, MA), Northeastern University (Boston, MA), Oklahoma City University (Oklahoma City, OK), Stetson University (DeLand, FL), Queens University of Charlotte (Charlotte, SC), Dominican University (River Forest, IL), Chapman University (Orange, CA), and many others!
After you have hosted your event, come back here to fill out our Post-Event Survey. By doing so, you’ll be entered to win registration scholarship to the 2020 Interfaith Leadership Institute. Submissions must be made by March 5th.
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.