The Power of Personalizing an Email

The Power of Personalizing an Email

May 29, 2018By Christina BradicAct, Learn about Advocacy 2 Comments

I recently had the chance for some face-to-face time with a member of the Congressional Management Foundation. This is an organization that speaks to Congress, but not in the advocacy sense. This bipartisan organization speaks to Congress and asks questions such as, “What works for you?,” “What gets your attention?”, and “What gets you to change your mind … Read More

Empower women and help end hunger: The Global Food Security Reauthorization Act (S. 2269/H.R. 5129)

Empower women and help end hunger: The Global Food Security Reauthorization Act (S. 2269/H.R. 5129)

April 12, 2018By Beth Ann SaraccoFood and Nutrition 1 Comment

Thanks to Advocates like you, in 2015, Congress passed the Global Food Security Act. Collectively, you took over 5,000 actions (phone calls, emails, op-eds, and more!) to support this bipartisan bill which now ensures greater government coordination across various food security and nutrition programs. Thank you! But we need your help again… Meet Ruma The … Read More

Pray for the End of Poverty

Pray for the End of Poverty

March 29, 2018By Zoey WilsonBiblical Call to Advocacy 1 Comment

The Global Goals aim to end poverty by 2030. People living in poverty often lack resources, training, and the opportunity to easily break the cycle of poverty they are living in. Thus to reach these goals, a lot of hard work, prayer, and collaboration are necessary to give families and individuals a hand up out of … Read More

Pray for Refugees

Pray for Refugees

March 15, 2018By Zoey WilsonBiblical Call to Advocacy, Refugee Crisis 1 Comment

Today marks the seventh anniversary of the conflict in Syria. As you pray for refugees today, pray specifically for the people of Syria and the end of this long-lasting violence. Currently, the number of refugees and displaced people in the world is unprecedented. With over 65 million people displaced due to conflict and strife, there … Read More