Become a TFI Advocate
Who are TFI Advocates?
TFI Advocates are volunteer representatives of The Forgotten Initiative in their communities. They must meet regularly with foster care agencies to learn their needs, which vary by area and may include donations, projects, mentoring and family support opportunities of tangible items, service for individuals, small groups or even church-wide effects.
In order to grow a sustainable ministry, a key focus of TFI Advocates is building a local team of coordinators to work alongside them.
In addition to mobilizing their communities to serve, they become part of a larger team of Advocates. They value consistent connection with other TFI advocates and the streamlined approach that comes from serving with a broader organization.
Advocates support the mission and core values of The Forgotten Initiative.
Steps to Become a TFI Advocate:
We are here to help you every step of the way. Don’t hesitate to contact us with questions!
- Step ONE: Complete preliminary application (PDF)
- Step TWO: Begin building a relationship with your local foster care agency and mobilize your first project (don’t worry, we will give you everything!)
- Step THREE: Complete TFI Advocate application
- Step FOUR: Interview via video call
Want to learn more? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions!