2022 Indy Festival of Faiths Exhibitor Registration
Thank you for sponsoring a booth at the 2022 Indy Festival of Faiths. Approval of exhibitor applications is at the discretion of the Festival Steering Committee. This form is required of all potential exhibitors and will ensure you are represented in event communications, appear in the program for the event, and can be placed appropriately in the event layout. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to Aimee Formo, firstname.lastname@example.org
About Your Organization or Business
Organization Name or Program/Project Name
This is the title for your booth. Please enter the name exactly as you wish it to appear in the event program and in communications.
Primary Festival Contact
Primary Festival Contact Email
Primary Festival Contact Phone
Please enter a valid phone number.
Organization Mailing Address
Street Address Line 2
State / Province
Postal / Zip Code
What social handles should we tag?
Handle (e.g. @indycic) or Link
Are you exhibiting at the Festival as a
What are your primary focus areas?
Arts, Culture, & Humanities
Community or Economic Development
Education and Research
Environment and Animals
Health - Health Support, Public Health, Health Care Services
Health - Diseases, Disorders, Medical Research
Health - Mental Health and Crisis Intervention
Human Services - Legal Services and Criminal Justice-related Services
Human Services - Workforce Development
Human Services - Agriculture, Food, and Nutrition
Human Services - Housing and Shelter
Human Services - Public Safety and Disaster Preparedness/Relief
Human Services - Youth Development
Human Services - Fitness and Recreation
Religion and Spiritual Development
Social Action and Advocacy
Service, Philanthropy, and Grantmaking
Your Faith Tradition or Worldview
Atheism, nontheism, or irreligion
Indigenous, Ethnic, or "Folk" practice
Other Eastern traditions (Shinto, Confucianism, etc.)
This year's theme is Weaving the Fabric of Our Traditions. Please briefly tell us about anything you plan to feature at your Festival booth that incorporates the theme (literal or figurative interpretations are welcome - fabric in religious garments or the fabric of our communities, threads used in textile arts or threads of truth or traditions that tie us together, spinning tales or yarn, etc.)
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 10x10 pop up sunshade. Stakes can be used in our location this year. If you have any questions or special requests regarding your space, please share here.
Action Zone and Youth Engagement
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.
Would you like to be *located* in the action zone?
What experience or action will you feature?
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. Would your organization like to:
Provide a self-directed activity (supplies and instructions)
Lead a 15-20 minute craft, storytelling session, game, etc.
Lead a 30-40 minute craft, storytelling session, game, etc.
n/a - we're not interested in participating in the youth engagement space
Please describe your activity in 1-2 sentences. We'll use this to explain it in the event program.
If someone other than the primary booth contact will be responsible for this activity, please also include their name and email above.
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. The pin program focuses on connecting a single principle/attribute in the Girl Scout Law to the worldview she practices by connecting with a woman in her faith community to discuss. This pin program has an optional interfaith element, whereby the scout also interviews someone from another faith to learn how the principle connects to that community's teachings. Interviews focus on learning how scout principles like honesty, respect, courage, responsibility, and stewardship connect to the guiding principles of religious communities.
We will label booths offering religious scout awards or programs as a "Scout Stop" at the Festival. If you would like to participate in this opportunity, please check any that apply to your community or organization:
Our tradition offers religious insignia for scouts.
Our faith community has insignia curriculum booklets available
Our faith community offers a program for scouts to earn religious insignia in a group setting.
Our faith community provides volunteer mentors for scouts pursuing religious awards.
Our faith community has a special ceremony for scouts receiving religious insignia.
Our faith community will connect Girl Scouts to women in our community to facilitate earning the My Promise, My Faith pin.
Our faith community would love to collaborate with scouts who are designing and implementing service or community action projects (such as the Girl Scout Gold Award, Eagle Scout)
Two Waste Stream Event
An overwhelming majority of traditions prioritize care for the natural world. At the Festival this year, we aim to have only two waste streams: compostable/biodegradable waste and recyclables. To that end, we ask that any booth sponsors who give away "swag" at their booths commit to minimal packaging and biodegradable or recyclable products. Where possible, we also recommend using digital signup sheets and handouts to reduce paper waste.
Do you agree to minimize waste and use biodegradable or recyclable products at the event?
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