About Our Auction
For a number of years, ICPJ has organized an annual fundraising event during which people come together to share a meal and celebrate the work of many justice seekers, activists, and leaders in the community. Due to the pandemic we’re shifting gears and hosting an online auction – Gifting Double-Dip – to give a gift to ICPJ and a gift to yourself and a loved one.
2020 has been a tough year for us all, and we hope this virtual auction supports each of us in expressing gratitude through giving, appreciating the relationships that get us through rough waters, and celebrating the work that gets us closer to justice. Whether this is your first-time hearing about the work of ICPJ or you are a long-time supporter, please consider joining us through a donation to the auction or a financial contribution to ICPJ.
1 Free Hour of Tattooing
Aerial Drone Photo Shoot
Black Stone Bookstore & Cultural Center Gift Card
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Grub Hub Gift Card
Holiday Specials from Zingerman's Cornman Farms
Local Beer Gift Card
Serenity Packages - Massage and Facial
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Unique Beer Basket
Virtual Cooking Class OR Vegan Lifestyle Coaching
About Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice
ICPJ was founded to inspire, educate, and mobilize people to unite across differences and to act from their shared ethical and spiritual values in pursuit of peace with social and environmental justice. As a grassroots organization focused on long-term organizing and building power in our communities, ICPJ adjusts our community-led campaigns to include supporting immediate needs that emerge, and the transformational work necessary to create more justice in the new systems we are building.
Centering racial and economic justice, we are deeply involved in the areas of Housing as a Human Right, Justice and Safety for Immigrants and Asylum Seekers, Building Community Power and Practicing Democracy, and Anti-Racist Organizing. We are doing this by supporting our partners to provide for immediate needs, deepening relationships, building the community power we need to achieve justice, and practicing anti-racist organizing to achieve policy and systems changes that benefit our community.