World Vision supporters across the country advocate for children through emails to Congress and other online activism. But advocacy doesn’t stop there.

You can make an even more powerful impact for kids around the world by joining our Volunteer Advocate Community.

In partnership with World Vision staff, Volunteer Advocates develop relationships with members of Congress to influence U.S. policies and budgets, so more children can break free from poverty and experience fullness of life.

It’s easier than you think.

As a World Vision Volunteer Advocate, you’ll join an active, supportive community of Christ-followers who see advocacy as ministry – a reflection of God’s commitment to redeeming our world. You don’t need prior experience – we’ll provide all the training you need.

But you don't need to take our word for it! Hear from Volunteer Advocate Community members themselves about their experience joining us in this powerful ministry. 

Nearly 90 percent of Congress publicly claims faith in Christ.
This offers a
n incredible opportunity to mobilize
our leaders to end global poverty.

Will you join us?

Complete the form below to learn more about our Volunteer Advocate Community and how you can join the team.

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What you'll receive

» Monthly training opportunities and personal support from World Vision staff in faith-rooted and traditional advocacy tactics
» Insider updates from Capitol Hill about issues and policies impacting the global poor
» Flexibility to grow and engage in a way that works for you

What you'll do

» Develop strategic relationships with members of Congress and their staff by connecting quarterly via calls, emails, in-person meetings, and submitting opinion pieces to local media
» Pray regularly for members of Congress and their staff, and ask them to take action for kids around the world
» Learn alongside an active, supportive community of volunteers