You are cordially invited to join us for the

Acton Institute’s 30th Anniversary Celebration

Wednesday, November 18

live-streaming at 6 p.m. EST

Join Us to Celebrate Acton's 30th Anniversary!

We are pleased to present an engaging, one-hour virtual evening, hosted by Acton's co-founders

president  Rev. Robert Sirico

 executive director  Kris Alan Mauren

From Father Sirico’s famous “Tangle with Rangle” on Capitol Hill to storming a communist Venezuelan prison, we will take a look back at some of Acton’s most meaningful, adventurous and impactful moments from the past three decades. Join us to celebrate all we have accomplished and our exciting upcoming endeavors. 


All registered guests will receive a link to the live event a few days before the celebration.


  • (10) Commemorative champagne flutes delivered to you or your guests
  • Up to (10) links to the live-streamed event
  • Special recognition as event sponsor



  • (2) Commemorative champagne flutes delivered to you 
  • Up to (2) links to the live-streamed event


  • (1) link to the live-streamed event

Toast to 30 years! 

The Acton Institute would not have been able to do the amazing things we were able to accomplish over the last three decades without you!

In this year's program, we would like to feature photos of our most faithful friends and supporters toasting with your new memorative glasses.

So cheers to family, virtue, prosperity and our continued fight for freedom. 

Please send your photo to by Oct. 30. Please see some examples below.



We know this year is a little different than past years. Check out the FAQ page and if you still have questions, please email them to

PovertyCure Summit

For the past 30 years, Acton Institute has been the foremost authority on providing a moral defense of free enterprise and individual liberty as ways to lift people out of poverty world wide.


Join Acton on November 18 & 19 as we partner with business leaders, practitioners, educators, scholars, goverment officials and faith leaders for the PovertyCure Summit.


Rooted in foundational principles of anthropology, politics, natural law, and economics, participants will gain a deeper understanding of the root causes of poverty and identify practical means to reduce it and promote human flourishing.

Can't attend?

Please consider supporting the Acton Institute and the fight for freedom and virtue. 

Questions or comments, please reach out