National Women’s Law Center (NWLC) has been a leading voice advocating for improved child care policies in the US for decades. Over the next several years, NWLC will focus on maintaining federal and state policy momentum for building an accessible, equitable child care infrastructure for all families in the US. They will also advocate for policies that improve family well-being, including expanded tax credits and strengthened social insurance and public benefit programs. Our investment in NWLC reflects our shared commitment to building the broad-based power needed to realize a transformative, equity-centered vision on child care over the long term. United States
Since 1972, the National Women’s Law Center has been fighting—in the courts, in public policy, and in our society—for a future where all women and girls can work and learn and live with safety, dignity, equity, and bodily autonomy. Amid pain and pushback, that future remains our unyielding north star, and we will know that we have gotten there when not just our laws and institutions, but also our culture, reflect those values.