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ADVOCATE

Together, we can influence those in positions of power who can save and change lives.

Our voices hold more power when we raise them together.
Here are some ways you can take action with us today:

A mother with her children who had to flee their home in Western Ukraine after Russian forces advanced to their city.

Urge Humanitarian Assistance in Ukraine & Protection for Ukrainian Displaced Persons

Aqlima, an Afghan client with World Relief Fox Valley, works as a librarian at an elementary school.

URGENT ACTION: Support the Afghan Adjustment Act

 

Program participants in a class to get ready to become U.S. citizens.

Create a Just Path to Citizenship for Dreamers and Other Long-Term Immigrants

A family seeking asylum in Chicago.

Support Asylum-Seekers & Families At the Border

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End Gender-based Violence

Let these topics be heard in your community or events.

Why Advocate?

At World Relief, our commitment to advocate on behalf of the poor and oppressed is based on the example of Jesus. We believe that such advocacy is an important witness about the character of Jesus to a watching world.

We consider it an essential task to engage and challenge the church, reminding leaders and congregations alike that our Christian faith should compel us to seek justice and mercy for the vulnerable and suffering.

So whatever the changes to policy, our calling and our commitment to advocate on behalf of the orphan, the widow and the stranger among us will not change.

Will you join us?

"Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute."

- Proverbs 31:8

Books

Want to learn more about Refugee and immigration issues in the U.S. from a biblical perspective? Check out these great resources from our staff and friends of World Relief:

Welcome the Stranger

Matt Soerens and Jenny Yang

Inalienable

Eric Costanzo, Daniel Yang, and Matthew Soerens

Beyond Welcome

Beyond Welcome

Karen Gonzalez

Beyond Welcome

Partners

World Relief is a proud member and partner of the following advocacy coalitions:

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