Kids can’t vote, and they don’t give money to political candidates. That’s why we need you.
Whether it’s sending an email message to your member of Congress, tweeting at them or showing up to a town hall meeting to ask your lawmakers to invest in kids, you can make a real difference for kids!
We need to keep girls safe from harm, expand their access to education, and support their leadership in their communities. Sign our petition to the Biden administration to support girls’ leadership worldwide.
Recent estimates are that close to 1 in 4 young children are not getting enough to eat. Sign our petition to urge the Biden administration to prevent childhood hunger!
Separating families and expelling unaccompanied children back to the dangers they fled puts their safety and well-being at risk. Children deserve better.
Tell President-elect Joe Biden and your members of Congress – we need to rescue the child care industry now and invest in it for the future!
Joe Biden has been elected as the 46th President of the United States. As advocates for kids, we call on his new administration to ensure that children in the United States and around the world are given the opportunity to have a strong start in life and to thrive.
The tragic family separation policy continues to be a national outrage. Tell your members of Congress to demand accountability from the administration and help reunite all families.
Voters across the political spectrum support financial relief for the child care industry during the pandemic. Now it’s up to lawmakers to act. Send the petition to Congress and the president today – we must save child care!
Immigration officials are forcing parents to make an impossible choice: stay together in detention or send their children away. Tell Congress and the president that this illegal practice must end!
The Trump administration is indefinitely extending an asylum ban for everyone – including children – seeking safety in the U.S. Speak out against this appalling violation of U.S. and international law!
Send a message to your members of Congress and ask them to cosponsor the Girls Leadership, Engagement, Agency and Development Act (Girls LEAD Act).