Advocate: noun 1. a person who speaks or writes in support or defense of a person, cause, etc: 2. a person who pleads for or in behalf of another; intercessor.
Project Samuel’s advocate program is comprised of individuals who have been trained by the Executive Staff of RFCM and speak on our behalf to raise awareness and funds to help us bring hope to at-risk children around the world. Monthly conference calls are held each month to keep them in the loop so they can be a hub of information for their geographic region. The RFCM staff can only be in so many places at once, thus amplifying our voice by participating in speaking events and using their sphere of influence. We will be once voice, in many places.
Who is an Advocate?
An advocate is someone who is passionate about standing in the gap and giving a voice to at risk children around the world. They are energetic and excited to use their influence in their local community to raise awareness in order to bring hope to these precious lives. They are honest and transparent, and know exactly how to represent Project Samuel and RFCM.
What do they do?
Advocates are responsible for being a hub of information in their region. They are also responsible for heading up events and organizing fund raisers.