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Welcome back! We’re glad you decided to reconnect with World Vision’s advocacy network. When we work together to fight poverty and seek justice on behalf of children around the world, our voices can move mountains.

Why not get started today? Use the form below to send a quick note to Congress asking them to protect foreign assistance when making budget decisions this year. That small one percent of the budget saves lives — and you can play a key role in making sure that happens.

Now is the time to speak out in support of foreign assistance and its vital programs. This small 1% of the U.S. budget saves lives, and helps improve safety, health, and opportunities for children around the world. Let Congress know that you care and that people are paying attention.

As Congress begins work on appropriation bills for FY21, funding for foreign assistance programs is at risk. Will you act and tell Congress that funding for foreign assistance must be preserved?

Foreign assistance funds programs that provide clean water, make education accessible for children, help mothers and babies, distribute vaccines, fund humanitarian responses during disasters, and more. Here are just a few of the accomplishments of U.S. foreign assistance:

  • Each year more than 3 million lives are saved through immunization programs.
  • 1.3 billion people have received safe drinking water.
  • Literacy rates are up 33 percent worldwide.
  • Infant and child deaths have been cut in half in the last 25 years.

As protracted conflicts continue around the globe, the challenge of providing child protection and health interventions to these fragile contexts only increases. To maintain U.S. leadership during this time of complex global needs and crises, increasing the total funding for the International Affairs Budget to $60 billion is critical.

Tell your members of Congress that you support foreign assistance and ask them to reject any budget appropriation deals that cut total funding for this small 1% of the federal budget that saves lives.