We’re creating an ecosystem of people and campuses designed to make interfaith cooperation the norm, while creating the next generation of interfaith leaders.
"To see the other side, to defend another people, not despite your tradition, but because of it, is the heart of pluralism.Acts of Faith, 2007/Eboo Patel, IFYC Founder and President/read more about Eboo"
IFYC’s Response to COVID-19
IFYC is first and foremost a mission driven organization, maintaining a commitment to drive interfaith cooperation as effectively as possible. As we closely monitor Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) we center our civic interfaith leadership responsibility to prioritize the common good. This priority is grounded in the values of many religious traditions and a humanistic recognition of care for the most vulnerable.
Those most vulnerable right now are older members of our communities and those living with compromised immunity. Actions we take to protect public health lower the risks as COVID-19 continues to spread. We see those actions as mission critical imperatives.
Effective immediately, we will be moving programming online and limiting in person gatherings as well as non-essential travel through the end of April.
We appreciate all that our partners on campus and throughout our communities across the country are doing to respond to this collective threat, and we wish good health and safety to all.