Becoming an advocate is easy. You have what it takes to speak up and act on behalf of children and families in need. Why wait? Do something today.


Get connected at the grass roots

While online advocacy is effective and important, we invite you to go one step further and connect with your member of Congress at the local, grassroots level.

Creating support in U.S. Congress for foreign assistance requires authentic relationships with our elected representatives to educate them about World Vision’s work and encourage them to support policies and funding that will improve the lives of those in global poverty.

Join our network

Join World Vision volunteer advocates around the country who are working with their congressional leaders to create solutions for the poor – to make U.S. foreign assistance more strategic and effective, to end preventable deaths of mothers and children, to protect children from violence and exploitation, to ensure families have enough nutritious food to eat, to build peace where there is division, to extend a helping hand when countries face disaster or conflict, and to recognize and support the critical role that people of faith play in global development.

If you’re interested in taking the next step in your advocacy, click the link below and your World Vision volunteer coordinator will be in touch.



Bring your church on board

Help move your church beyond talk and into action. World Vision facilitates Biblical Advocacy Trainings to equip congregations to understand advocacy from a biblical lens and to apply their faith as they work with members of Congress to create solutions for the global poor.

Write about it

Use your voice to write op-eds and letters to the editor. Check out our helpful writing tips that will set you up for success.


God wants to hear our requests! We’ve created Prayer Guides for individuals, small groups, and congregations with specific ways to pray about important issues.