We are so excited to provide this life-changing presentation for your organization and community. It will help you and your attendees understand the harm and broad reach of family breakdown from a unique perspective. Bring world-renowned speaker Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse to your community at a special price for these events only.

Here is how it will work. The Ruth Institute will provide:
  • All printed materials that the participants will need for the workshop, such as name badges, name cards for the tables, handouts and other materials.
  • Publicity materials for the hosting organization to print and to use on their website (digital files).
  • Speakers to do radio and other press interviews prior to the event, for publicity purposes.
  • An on-line registration site for participants to register.
  • Workshop participants should be encouraged to pre-register so that they can receive pre-printed name badges, etc.
  • One or two Ruth Institute staff members will present the workshop. 
Here is what you (or your organization) will provide:
  • A suitable venue.
  • Publicity for the event. (This includes printing materials to display and hand out such as posters and bulletin inserts.)
  • Refreshments.
  • All necessary seating, tables, sound equipment, and a large screen for the power point presentation.
  • Volunteers and equipment to assist with setup and registration the day of the event.
  • A $200 non-refundable deposit to hold the date.
  • Airfare for Dr. Morse or other Ruth Institute speaker.
  • An audience of over 100 paid registrations* of people over the age of 16. (We reserve the right to cancel if the registrations do not meet this goal.)

Questions? Ready to move forward? Contact us at info@ruthinstitute.org.

We are also seeking volunteers who would be willing to be trained to present this material.


*100 paid registrations means some combination of family, student and individual registrations. A "family" registration can include up to 4 family members, but only counts as "one" paid registration. Clergy and religious who attend at no charge do not count toward the total paid registrations.