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Join us in advocating for the most vulnerable.

We believe that as ambassadors of Jesus, we are called to build relationships with community and government leaders around the world.  Together, we champion positive change that helps end all forms of human poverty. We walk with public servants in order to speak into legislation, policies, systems and attitudes that impact global poverty. Through these relationships and influence, we seek justice and renewal in vulnerable communities, so God’s purpose is revealed in each person we serve.

FH's work as a faith-based organization in partnership with USAID.



Advocacy isn’t limited to those in government, lobbyists, or those with a large platform.  Advocacy is responding to God’s call to care for people who are poor and marginalized by using your influence to speak on their behalf.  There is power in your voice and when you use it to petition those in positions of power, you help shift policy and change public opinions around the importance of addressing poverty globally.  When you advocate for the poor and the marginalized, you’re a catalyst for change.  You can help to start conversations, shine a light on the needs of others, and strengthen the message of hope.

What can I do?


Join FH in amplifying the voices of the poor who are not otherwise heard in the halls of government!  Contact your member of Congress on behalf of the vulnerable and ask them to support U.S. hunger, nutrition and other foreign assistance programs, which help lift vulnerable communities out of extreme poverty.

Write your representative in Congress:

Learning and Resources

Find resources and tools on issues that impact poor communities globally, which are the focus of FH’s advocacy mission.  


Get the Facts on Global Hunger

America’s Role in Ending Global Hunger

10 Reasons to Advocate for Foreign Assistance

Write a Letter to the Editor (Guide)

Why FH partners with Government Agencies
Raise Awareness

No matter your background, you have influence among your friends, family, coworkers, neighbors, and extended community.  One of the biggest ways that you can leverage that influence on behalf of the vulnerable is by sharing personal stories and connecting others to Food for the Hungry.



Church Partnerships

Combining your church’s heart for the poor and FH’s global work, we can connect you to the best opportunity to get involved. Through church partnerships, you can transform impoverished communities and your congregation alike.

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Volunteering at FH events and tours all over the United States is an amazing way to advocate for the world’s most vulnerable people. You’ll have the chance to engage people in the message of hope by inviting them to sponsor a child.

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No matter your position, you have influence among your friends, family, coworkers, neighbors and extended community. One of the biggest ways that you can leverage that influence on behalf of the vulnerable is by sharing stories of impact and connecting others to Food for the Hungry.

Learn More