By participating in this training, our students will (1) deepen their knowledge of and commitment to their own faith traditions, (2) develop a greater understanding and appreciation for the faith traditions of others, (3) be able to build meaningful relationships across the lines of religious and cultural difference, and (4) more effectively mobilize our campus and community to engage in interfaith cooperation.
We have the opportunity to continue to support this work by sending three additional student leaders along with a new faculty advisor to this year’s Interfaith Leadership Institute in Chicago, August 3-5, 2018.
In order to make this happen, we need to raise $2,300 (in addition to the $3300 we have already received from other donors) to cover the cost of travel, lodging, and conference registration fees.
Given that each of these students is a long-term resident of Aurora, we see this as not just an investment in CCA’s student leadership but, more importantly, an investment in the future of our community.
Would you consider making a tax-deductible contribution to support the leadership development of these students?