Be a Voice for the Voiceless
Making a difference for our persecuted brothers and sisters is as easy as signing a petition or writing a letter. Advocates help persecuted Christians around the world and support the ministry of Open Doors—simply using their rights as American citizens to encourage elected officials, leaders and other policy makers to act on behalf of persecuted Christians.
What an Advocate does
Advocates sign petitions, send emails, make phone calls and engage in advocacy activities to increase religious freedom and support for persecuted Christians.
The best part is, most advocacy can be done anywhere, anytime. All you need is email and a desire to speak on behalf of the persecuted.
Responsibilities and Training
Open Doors will provide you with petitions, sample emails, topics and tools you can use to advocate through your legislative leaders. You simply pick and choose the causes you want to advocate for.
You’ll receive periodic emails letting you know about advocacy opportunities, and you can visit our website at any time to discover the latest opportunities to advocate for your brothers and sisters.
There is no specific training required, although we do recommend completing the Open Doors Volunteer Orientation.
To become an Advocate for persecuted believers, click the link below!