What We Work For
We believe all families need access to stable and sufficient income and fresh, nutritious, and culturally- appropriate foods.
People with barriers to education and employment and people in low-paid jobs with inconsistent work schedules and few benefits often struggle to make ends meet.
How We Do It
We advance inclusive policy ideas at the state and federal level to expand opportunities for children and families.
We believe that policies must directly address the structural factors that systematically disadvantage people of color, to ensure families in the United States can meet their basic needs.
We join with national, state, and local partners to urge policy strategies that strengthen work supports, public assistance, education and training programs, and nutritional assistance.
Ultimately, our work is focused on ensuring that all families can thrive.