U.S. Advocacy

Advocacy: 2005 rally in Washington, D.C.
Several hundred Christian activists gathered on the west side of the U. S. Capitol to declare their intention that the budget should reflect spiritual values, but especially those relating to poverty and social discrimination. Photo: Rick Reinhard/Impact Digitals

CWS partners around the world inform and inspire our advocacy. By communicating with governmental representatives, the United Nations, and key international institutions, and urging policies responsive to the needs of impoverished people the world over, together we're building a world where there is enough for all.

Advocacy in the United States

Your voice can make a difference in Cuba
Urge your members of Congress to work for improved U.S.-Cuba relations

Speak Out on U.S. foreign assistance
Tell your member of Congress that helping the world's poorest communities find their way out of poverty is a priority!

Urge Congress to improve international food aid
Urge Congress to improve international food aid so that it reaches more hungry people more quickly and better supports their efforts to strengthen local food systems.

Call your U.S. representative: immigration reform now!
Call Congress and support comprehensive immigration reform. Then drop in and visit your representative's local office.

Contact Our Advocacy Office

For more information about CWS advocacy in the United States, contact our Washington, D.C. advocacy and policy office:

110 Maryland Ave., N.E., Suite 404
Washington, DC 20002
202-481-6936
Fax: 202-546-6232