The theme for this year’s festival is

“Weaving the Fabric of Our Traditions.”

Sponsorship Opportunities for the 10th Annual Indy Festival of Faiths

To sponsor, click Sponsor Now above and complete the sponsorship form.  Questions about sponsorship?  Contact Jennifer Neer,

Sponsors at all levels receive recognition in CIC’s Annual Report & Newsletter and may also opt-in to exhibiting at the festival.  If you wish to claim a complimentary exhibit booth space, please complete an exhibitor registration form above in addition to your sponsor registration.

Platinum Presenting Sponsor (Exclusive Sponsorship)
Placement of very large logo on Sacred Arts stage, large highlight with logo in festival program, several podium mentions, very large logo and link on festival website, presenting sponsor credit in publicity material

Short highlight with small logo in festival program, podium mention, large logo and link on festival website

Text acknowledgement in festival program, podium mention, medium logo and link on festival website

Festival program listing, podium mention, small logo and link on festival website, 

Festival program listing 

Festival program listing 


Sacred Arts performances are a highlight of the festival.  Priority is given to performances that highlight the theme of the festival, and can take any form – dance, spoken word, music, etc.  Performances are scheduled at the discretion of the steering committee and performer applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.  Complete the performer application above to be considered.  Questions about performing?  Contact Charlie Wiles,

The Festival of Faiths features booths that highlight the many faith-based and non-profit organizations that bring us together and strengthen our community.  Each exhibit sponsorship includes one table and two chairs. Exhibitors are encouraged to bring their own sunshade and any materials needed to staff their booth. Each booth space will accommodate a 10×10 pop up sunshade. Stakes can be used in our location this year.  Booth Fee: $125 before 8 August.  Early Bird Booth Fee: $100 before 20 July.  

To Register, complete Exhibitor Registration and pay Booth Fees by clicking above.  Questions about exhibiting?  Contact Aimee Formo,

Action Zone:  At this year’s festival, we will have an area set aside to highlight organizations and programs that facilitate compassionate action, community support, youth engagement, etc. The requirement to be located in this area will be that the booth have something for participants to do to put the traditions and tenets of their faith into action to strengthen the fabric of our community. Some examples: Learning about an issue in the community and signing up to volunteer for a specific project (e.g. making an interfaith climate pledge), Participating in a service project (e.g. assembling Naloxone Kits for a harm reduction or comfort kits for clients in need). Kid-friendly projects are especially welcome. For example, helping start fall plants for your organization’s community garden, making cards for isolated people, participating in a collaborative art piece, or learning how to knit, crochet, or sew to support a special population (e.g. hats for NICU babies, cancer patients, or people without stable shelter).

Youth Engagement: A Youth Engagement space will be reserved in the action zone, where exhibitors, regardless of their location, can have volunteers lead short programs for young people and families. This is an opportunity for faith communities and nonprofits to highlight the work of their youth engagement teams with a 15- or 30-minute craft, storytelling session, game, or other activity.

Scout Stops: Girl Scouts of the USA and Scouts BSA recognize dozens of religious emblems offered by faith communities, including award pins and medals offered by most Christian denominations, Baha’i, Buddhist, Hindu, Islamic, Jain, Jewish, and Meher Baba faith traditions. Girl Scouts can also earn a My Promise, My Faith award pin at every level that is separate from national religious emblems. Congregations and organizations offering support to scouts working to earn religious or service insignia will be highlighted as Scout Stops.


Vending activity at the Indy Festival of Faiths is carefully curated and limited to ensure the focus of the event remains celebrating central Indiana’s religious diversity. Priority is given to vendors whos merchandise, services, or menu offerings incorporate the theme of the festival or highlight the cultural and religious diversity of central Indiana. Approval of vendor applications is at the discretion of the Festival Steering Committee.  Vendor Fee: $125 before 8 August.  Early Bird Booth Fee: $100 before 20 July.  

Food Vendors must meet public health requirements and provide their own tent and/or food truck for serving.  Vegetarian and vegan menu options must be offered to be considered for the Festival.  Please note that sales and consumption of alcohol are prohibited at this event.

To Register, complete a Vendor Application and pay Booth Fees by clicking above.  Questions about vendor registration?  Contact Aimee Formo,

  Center for Interfaith Cooperation is a community that pursues peace through interfaith understanding and cooperation.

Since its formation in 2011, CIC has built up a large, robust, and diverse network of trusted relationships with Central Indiana congregations, colleges and universities, and civic and community organizations.

Center for Interfaith Cooperation provides safe environments, resources, and opportunities for service to increase religious literacy, build empathy between faiths, and facilitate interfaith encounters.

Every year CIC organizes Indy Festival of Faiths, Indiana’s largest one-day celebration of our diverse religious landscape. Over the past nine years, the festival has steadily grown in the number of organizations participating, the number of people in attendance, and the diversity of activities offered.


Save the date for the 10th Annual Indy Festival of Faiths! Sunday, September 18th from 1-5 PM at Military Park at White River State Park. This year’s theme is Weaving the Fabric of Our Traditions. 


Thank you to all of our sponsors throughout the years!

Don Knebel
Earlham School of Religion
Jain Center of Central Indiana
Eli Lilly & Company
Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis
Ann Powell
Baha’i Community of Indianapolis
Butler University Center for Faith and Vocation
Carmel Christian Church
Christian Theological Seminary
Congregation Beth-El Zedeck
Congregation Beth Shalom
Eckankar, the Path of Spiritual Freedom
First Congregational United Church of Christ
Fishers MultiFaith Community for Compassion
Hindu SwayamSevak Sangh
Indiana Council on World Affairs, Inc.
Indiana Pagan Community Outreach and Dialogue
Indianapolis First Friends
Indianapolis Hebrew Congregation
Indianapolis JCRC
Light of the World Church
Marian University
Niagara Foundation
Nur-Allah Islamic Center
Soka Gakkai International
Spirit & Place
St. Lukes United Methodist Church
Ascension St. Vincent Hospital
Hindu Temple of Central Indiana
Second Presbyterian Church
Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School
Charlie Wiles & Family
Mr. Charles Wiles, Sr.
Greater Indy Habitat for Humanity
Heavenly Parent’s Holy Community (Unification Church)
Indy Community Yoga
Judge Shaheed & Family
KP Singh Designs
Maria Pimentel-Gannon & Family
Sikh Satsang of Indianapolis
Taylor Advising
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints