World Vision Advocacy celebrates the passing of a resolution that condemns using hunger and disrupting food supplies as weapons of war.
Championed by World Vision’s Advocacy team for more than a year, a life-saving bill is one step closer to providing critical nutrition support for vulnerable communities around the world!
World Vision volunteers typically gather for an advocacy summit event in D.C. every year. But for 2021, we had to rethink our plans.
It’s been a tough year, but by the grace of God we saw progress last quarter! Here’s what World Vision Advocates were speaking out about.
There’s been no shortage of gray days recently, but we know God is faithful. We’ll continue to seek justice — and celebrate when we see progress!
May was a heartbreaking month. Even when our hearts our exhausted, we cling to God’s call to act justly, love mercy, and walk humbly before him.
In April, our advocacy had two themes: lifting up the voices of the vulnerable and lifting up our own voices in prayer!
March was tough. While COVID-19 meant that our advocacy looked different, we didn’t stop speaking up for justice, especially for the most vulnerable.
February saw highs and lows for World Vision Advocacy. We made great progress on some bills, spoke to Congress, and were reminded to put our hope in Jesus!
World Vision advocates are making huge impact through simple actions that support foreign aid and fight poverty. Check out your impact in January!