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Mark your calendars! The Acton Institute’s 30th Annual Dinner will be held on Wednesday, November 18, 2020 from 6-7 p.m. EST.  Because we cannot gather in person this year, the special event will be livestreamed online. And so you are cordially invited to join us as we celebrate Acton Institute’s 30th anniversary—from the comfort of your home. We have an engaging one-hour virtual evening planned, hosted by Acton president and co-founder, Rev. Robert Sirico, and executive director and co-founder, Kris Alan Mauren. The event will celebrate Acton’s accomplishments over the past three decades, promoting faith and freedom, and will include an interactive toast to continued success, alongside our friends, family and alumni. If you would like to participate in the end-of-event toast, we would love to include you. Simply send a photo toasting (holding your favorite glassware) with a friend, spouse or loved one/ones to [email protected], and we will select many to display.

Tickets for the event are $30 for an Individual Ticket; $300 for a Couples Ticket, which includes two commemorative 3oth-anniversary champagne flutes (mailed to you); and $3,000 for the Host Committee Ticket Package, which includes registration for ten, commemorative glasses and recognition during the event.

To reserve your spot at the Acton Institute’s 30th Annual Dinner, please visit

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Ben Stoner works as a Development Associate for Acton Institute.  Ben was raised in Grand Rapids, MI alongside three amazing brothers and one wonderful sister.  He attended Aquinas College where he received his B.A. in Art and Writing.  After graduating from Aquinas, Ben pursued a Master’s degree at Grand Valley State University in Higher Education and College Leadership. In addition to his work at Acton, Ben enjoys studying Modern Art, creative writing, playing guitar, and traveling to new and exciting locations across the globe.