Child Advocate

In a world where children have little power and no platform, a passionate child advocate can make a massive difference. Vulnerable children need a child advocate to take up their cause and defend their rights. Compassion believes in the dignity and worth of every child, whether rich or poor, and believes that every single child deserves to be heard.

Our mission of releasing children from poverty in Jesus' name cannot be accomplished without the dedication of each and every child advocate in our Advocates Network. We are privileged to work with thousands of people who have committed themselves to standing up for children in need. Would you consider joining us in this cause?

As a child advocate with Compassion, you have the opportunity to change many lives, including your own. Your generosity with your time, gifts and resources will help children in poverty to have a chance at a new life ... one of hope. When you give of yourself this way, you can't help but be changed as well.

So what's stopping you? Children in poverty all over the world are waiting for a child advocate to speak up on their behalf. Could God be asking you to consider becoming a child advocate?

Become a Child Advocate

Becoming a child advocate is easier than you think.

Save lives -- become a child advocate

Every day more than 22,000 children under age 5 die from preventable causes.* Become a child advocate and you can help eliminate this tragic statistic. A child advocate works to defend and rescue children in need. Child advocates also encourage others in their communities, churches and neighborhoods to join in the fight.

As a child advocate, you first need to educate yourself on child poverty. Once you understand poverty, you can work as a child advocate through a children's ministry like Compassion to make a difference. Here are a few practical ways that you can become a child advocate:


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