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Support Detroit's Children and Families

In Detroit, neighbors are coming together to prevent and heal conflict and violence. They’re becoming active stewards of their community and building better relationships. People want their children to be safe in the community and successful in school. Learning the skills of restorative practices, they're making this dream a reality.

Energize their vital work. Help them take an active role in Strengthening the Spirit of Community, the first IIRP World Conference in Detroit, October 2018.

At Strengthening the Spirit of Community, they will:

  • Learn from an international network of restorative practitioners and researchers.
  • Share their skills and accomplishments with colleagues from around the world.
  • Energize their programs by learning to work in more participatory and empowering ways.

Donate to Strengthening the Spirit of Detroit Community Scholarship Fund

Give to the IIRP Graduate School

Our students run toward social challenges, not away from them.

IIRP students are motivated by a sense of justice to create a more fair and participatory world. Our students pay their own way, driven by their passion to make a difference. We want to ensure that money is not an obstacle for students who are motivated to learn and serve their communities.

Your donation removes financial barriers to learning and supports restorative solutions in communities around the world. Your gift will be repaid many times over, helping to change the way human beings interact with one another and making a better future for generations to come.

Give to the IIRP Graduate School today.

Our alumni are building a safer saner world.

IIRP alumni are working in underfunded schools, economically disadvantaged communities, courts and businesses, from California to Australia. They are fulfilling the mission of their IIRP education, helping children and adults stand together, discover their power and resources and create positive change.

Our donors fuel our mission.

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"We need what you do now more than ever."
— Ora Wry, Ph.D., Warwick, Rhode Island, USA

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"I give to what I feel is important. Restorative practices is one of the most important things in my life."
— Angela Hankins, '12, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

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"I'm paying it forward to the next generation of IIRP students so faculty can throw more people like me into the frying pan to make them more valuable practitioners."
— Ben Emery, '09, Düsseldorf, Germany

Planned Giving

Have you thought about including the IIRP in your legacy planning? Learn about the many ways planned giving can be mutually beneficial to both your personal finances and the IIRP. Contact Advancement & Relations Manager This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. at 267-718-7374 to learn how.

The International Institute for Restorative Practices is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization as provided by U.S. Internal Revenue Service regulations and is registered as a charitable organization with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, contributions to which are tax deductible to the fullest extent permitted by law. The official registration and financial information of the International Institute for Restorative Practices may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll free within Pennsylvania, 1-800-732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement. Tax ID #: 23-3069199