Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice

Support the 2019 Fordham delegation: the largest delegation at IFTJ!

Students will work to become contemplatives in action as they advocate for justice in migration and the environment in our nation’s capital.

The Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice is an annual gathering of close to 2,000 people from Jesuit institutions around the country who come together in the context of social justice and solidarity to learn, reflect, network, and advocate for a more just and loving world.  This year’s advocacy themes are environmental justice & humane migration reform.

All funds raised will support Fordham’s delegation by providing transportation, accommodations, food, and conference costs. These funds will support Fordham students in engaging in a weekend full of education and advocacy where they will develop knowledge and skills they can bring back to enhance the Fordham community and utilize throughout their lives.

Donate to support IFTJ!

Order T-shirts and Fordham Supreme stickers online, or stop by our offices (McGinley 102, Lowenstein 217).

We accept cash, checks payable to Fordham University, Venmo @FORDHAM-IFTJ, and credit card via our website.

Also, if 20 donors contribute to the campaign—with gifts of any size—we will unlock an additional $200 in support! Your gift can have a big impact on our efforts. 
Thank you, and please contact Erin Hoffman at ehoffman12@fordham.edu with any questions!