Come celebrate and support Austin Region Justice for our Neighbors (ARJFON), learn more about its program, and meet with other community leaders. It’s an opportunity for the organization, volunteers, and friends to give thanks and dream of a better, brighter future together. This year’s event will feature tasty food, live music and fun for all.
Special guests are Bishop Robert Schnase and Dr. Luis Zayas, dean of the UT School of Social Work and author of Forgotten Citizens: Deportation, Children, and the Making of American Exiles and Orphans.
Saturday, November 19, 2016
6:30-7:00 p.m. – Welcome Reception
7:00 p.m. – Dinner and Music
First United Methodist Church
Family Life Center
1300 Lavaca Street
What is ARJFON?
The Austin Region Justice for Our Neighbors (ARJFON) is a not-for-profit legal clinic whose goal is to provide hospitality and compassion by welcoming low-income immigrants through free or affordable immigration legal services, engaging in advocacy for immigrants’ rights, and education to communities of faith and the public.
Individual Ticket – $50.00
Table Leaders – $500.00 (includes one table for 8 people)
Shepherds – $2,000.00 (includes one table for 8 people, name in program, acknowledgement during program, acknowledged on ARJFON Website)