What kind of Advocate are you?
There are many different ways to get involved and advocate for our homeless neighbors. Take the quiz and find out what type of advocate you are!
You are well-versed in the digital world and understand the influencing power of a “click” and a “share.” You want to make a difference but don’t necessarily have the time or interest in direct service volunteering. Some advocacy opportunities that play to your strengths and interests could be sharing stats, participant stories, and news articles on your social media platforms to help spread awareness of the solutions to homelessness. You can mobilize your connections to also get involved. Learn more about how to be a Digital Warrior at lafh.org/advocate.
You believe in the power of community to create change. You want to make an impact on a broader level, beyond your own friends and family. You have an interest in how policies and systems have influenced the challenges we face today and believe that in order to affect change, you need to go straight to the top. Some advocacy opportunities that play to your strengths and interests could be attending town hall and neighborhood forums, emailing or calling your elected officials, and getting involved with Everyone In.
Learn more about how you can be an Impact Leader at lafh.org/advocate
You love to be social and host or participate in events. You are comfortable being the focus of the party and enjoy having interesting conversations with your friends, family, and neighbors. Some advocacy opportunities that play to your strengths and interests could be hosting dinner parties and inviting LAFH to come and speak, hosting a movie screening that brings awareness to homelessness, hosting a donation drive, and generally engaging your friends, family, neighbors in solutions to homelessness.
Learn more about how to be a Community Influencer at lafh.org/advocate
You want to see first-hand the impact of your advocacy. You aren’t afraid to roll up your sleeves and get your hands dirty, and you highly value making connections and building relationships. Some opportunities that play to your strengths and interests are to serve meals at our Bridge Housing sites, help plant community gardens, host family days and so much more.
To see our full list of volunteer activities, visit: lafh.org/volunteer
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