Campaign Curriculum Awards


In these divided times, it is incumbent for us to heal and build bridges across lines of difference. Whether in the classroom, in co-curricular settings, or in other civic spaces, interfaith leaders step up in a variety of ways, and We Are Each Other’s curricula can be a tool to supporting this important work and contextualizing the skills of interfaith leadership to the urgency of our current moment. 

IFYC is offering two types of curriculum awards to bring theory into practice: 

Campaign Curriculum Awards


Request for Proposals: Alumni Starter Awards

Request for Proposals: Educator Curriculum Awards

Alumni Starter Awards

Recent graduates who have completed the We are Each Other’s modules are eligible to apply for a $500 Alumni Starter Grant. These individuals can use these awards to carry out projects focused on interfaith cooperation and relationship building across lines of difference.  

Eligible Projects Include:

  • Organize a service project where people of various worldviews volunteer together to contribute to the needs in your community. 
  • Host a "virtual" dinner with friends to discuss shared values. 
  • Coordinate an interfaith workshop at your graduate school or workplace to explore the connection between your area of study and the importance of interfaith cooperation.
  • And more . . . If you have an idea for an interfaith project beyond the categories listed above, we invite you to be creative!  At IFYC, we love innovative approaches to promoting pluralism! 

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Please review the following RFP and contact Brian Anderson, brian@ifyc.org, if you have questions, otherwise we look forward to reading your proposal!

Awarded activities must be completed by June 2021. 

Review the full RFP here for further information & application details.

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Educator Curriculum Awards 

College & university staff, faculty, and administrators are eligible to apply for a $500 Educator Curriculum Award, utilizing We Are Each Other’s curricula in educational contexts within higher education. 

Applications are due December 9th, 2020. Selected recipients will be notified of their award the week of December 14th, 2020.

Awarded activities must be completed by June 2021. 

Review the full RFP here for further information & application details.

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