Lucy hopes her experience will inspire more young people (as well as other World Vision sponsors like her) to use their voices for positive change!
We are so grateful for all World Vision advocates this month, whether you wrote a letter, took an online action, took a meeting, or even just read an email.
You have the power to refocus the conversation toward the things that genuinely matter — issues that will be affected by decisions in the next two to four years.
August was a big month for World Vision Advocacy, and our team wanted to take a minute to recognize all of the amazing work being done across the country.
“As I depart my role as World Vision U.S. president, let me encourage you with this: Even when we don’t see results, God is still working through us.”
You don’t need to be a professional lobbyist to make a difference. Here are four steps that will have you meeting with Congress in no time.
“Being willing to share your story and the stories of many people around the world is such a privilege and something you want to be a part of.”
Summer is the time to encourage your legislators to fight global poverty and influence the lives of kids around the world.
In March, an advocate in Chicago caught the attention of her senators and representative when she publicly called out her members of Congress in The Chicago Tribune. Last week an advocate who is disheartened by the situation in Syria turned the crisis into an opportunity to raise awareness and publicly speak to her senators in the North Jersey section … Read More
Every single member of Congress is on social media. I am going to repeat that – there are 535 ways for you to contact members of Congress on Twitter, 535 ways to contact members of Congress on Facebook, and even a few ways on Instagram, Flickr, and Youtube. To find your members of Congress on social … Read More