Better Together Days | Interfaith Cooperation

Better Together Days is coming February 17th to 21st 2020.  

Better Together Days is a program of Interfaith Youth Core, which brings our network of campuses together for a week of interfaith action. From organizing canned food drives and dinner dialogues to panel discussions and service projects in the community, our campus partners do amazing work, and we invite you to join us this year!

 

IFYC Founder and President, Eboo Patel, imagines America as a ‘potluck nation’ - not a melting pot where all the flavors get meshed together and become bland goo. A potluck actively requires attendees to bring their best dishes, the dishes that reflect something about their unique background – a potluck relies on the contributions of a diverse community. Potlucks facilitate relationships between people and help build bridges by creating a space for eating and socializing and surprise connections. This is the kind of American society we are striving to build. 

 

And we need your help! By signing our early interest form, you'll receive updates and information on how to be eligible for free ILI registrations. So tell us what you are planning to do and we will see you during Better Together Days!

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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.

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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.

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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

A PROJECT OF INTERFAITH YOUTH CORE

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.

Have questions? Email us at students@ifyc.org.