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Interfaith Youth Core
The idea for IFYC came in 1998 when Eboo Patel, attending an interfaith conference at Stanford University, realised that they were too few young people at the conference. He questioned why so many stories about religion these days feature young people fighting in the name of God? why isnt there a huge movement of young people from different faiths working together to apply the core values of all faiths—service to others? Their response was to found this organisation, an interfaith youth movement using service as a bridge.
Encounter and common action for diverse religious traditions and philosophical perspectives to build social capital.
IFYC envisions a world at peace through the efforts of the worldwide, cross-cultural, interfaith leadership of young people.
IFYC is an international/interreligious youth movement leading the way through service and activism to a world of peace and collaboration.
Religious pluralism. American college students, supported by their campuses, can be the interfaith leaders needed to make religion a bridge and not a barrier.
Trains youth leaders from all traditions, works on five continents and at over 200 college and university campuses and has reached millions more through the media
Board of Directors, office staff, major donors.
Campaigns, projects, stories. Social networking across trained interfaith youth leaders, and others around the world.
education, youth, social action, community
325 N. LaSalle Street, Chicago, IL 60654. USA. Phone: (312) 573-8825 Toll Free: 1 (888) 573-8825 Fax: (312)573-1542