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Interfaith Roundtable Fundraising Gala

21 May, 2023 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

You’re invited to the Interfaith Round Table Fundraiser on May 21 from 5-7 PM, featuring great speakers, entertainment, and a delicious vegetarian dinner. Your presence and support would help us to continue our work. This event is a can’t miss!

Buy your tickets. We hope to see you there!



  • Individual: $25
  • Couple: $40
  • Table (8): $175 (total tables 25)

Make a Payment One of the Following Ways:

  1. Website: please write “May 21 Gala Tickets” in the note.
  2. Zelle: Please enter this email (interfaithwashtenaw@gmail.com) while buying tickets. Please write “May 21 Gala Tickets” in the note section.
  3. Send a check to:

Interfaith Round Table of Washtenaw County,
P.O. Box 3653, Ann Arbor, MI 48106
(Please write “May 21 Gala Tickets” in the note section)



Interfaith Round Table invites you to be a Co-Sponsor of its fundraising gala scheduled on May 21. See the Sponsorship Flyer and the PDF FORM below. Please email us at interfaithwashtenaw@gmail.com or irt.wc.mi@gmail.com


La’Ron Williams conducts workshops – with schools, business organizations, and non-profits – on the fundamentals of creating inclusive communities across a number of lines of diversity. His workshops are always informative, entertaining, and filled with opportunities for personal growth and organizational development. LaRon is also a nationally acclaimed, award winning storyteller who, for more than thirty-five years, has toured extensively presenting highly participatory, music-spiced programs composed of a dynamic blend of original and traditional tales. He is known for his pronounced commitment to justice and peacemaking – a commitment made concrete through his involvement with the Racial and Economic Justice Caucus of the Ann Arbor (Michigan) based Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice, and via his work with Washtenaw Faces Race, an all-volunteer, inter-racial, interdisciplinary group that consciously and consistently works to dismantle racial hierarchy and promote racial equity in local institutions within Washtenaw County.

Dr. Mandy Grewal is a member of the Sikh faith and supervisor of Pittsfield Charter Township. A 25+ year resident of Pittsfield Township, she is privileged to give back to her community by way of instituting and implementing a master plan vision that is committed to celebrating the community by promoting agricultural and open space preservation, public gathering spaces, multi-modal transportation, historical and cultural diversity, infill and mixed-use development.

She is very involved in the Ann Arbor area community and was recognized as “Volunteer of the Year” by Ann Arbor SPARK in the spring of 2018 for her commitment to community work. Supervisor Grewal was also awarded” Outstanding Community Leader” by the Michigan Chapter of the American Planning Association in the fall of 2018. She has also served as a Commissioner on the Michigan Women’s Commission. She is a Board Director for Ann Arbor SPARK, where she also co-chairs the Public Sector Committee.

During this time, Pittsfield has received numerous awards and recognitions for its work around sustainability, preservation, infill development, and outstanding fiscal management, which includes the receipt of $50 million in grant funding.

Tasneem Sultan, a Community Organizer and Peace Advocate, has been involved with various ethnic, religious, cultural, and advocacy groups across the U.S. for many years. Her faith and values motivate her commitment to justice, equality, and service to humanity.

She co-founded a NJ-based nonprofit, La Convivencia, devoted to the ideals of coexistence and dialogue. She also established a youth online advocacy platform, Connecting With Humanity, where she engaged youth by developing online social justice campaigns and advocacy work and provided community service opportunities. Currently, she is the director at Interfaith Round Table of Washtenaw County in Ann Arbor and a Social Media Content Creator at Meta Peace Team, Detroit. She also serves in the Parent & Family Intercultural Advisory Council at the University of Maryland and is a board member of the Jewish Voice for Peace-Detroit chapter.

Tasneem was awarded the “Women of Achievement Award” by the Mercer County Commission on the Status of Women and was also recognized in New Jersey’s 2019 State Governor’s Jefferson Honorees for Justice award. Her goal in life is to inspire change that matters and mobilize as many people as possible to speak in the name of justice, peace, and human dignity.


21 May, 2023
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm