• Share Your Story

    You can make a difference in 60 seconds by sharing your voice and your story. We are listening.

    Share Your Story
  • There is something about standing on your own two feet.

    Find out how we are working to ensure that caregivers are in a better economic position to raise their children.

    There is something about standing on your own two feet.
  • Let’s build something incredible—A child’s mind.

    Find out how we promote programs, policies and practices to increase a child’s ability to learn.

    Let’s build something incredible—A child’s mind.
  • Childhood is a once in a lifetime experience. Let’s make it a good one.

    Find out how we work to protect, strengthen and stabilize families to keep children and youth safe in their homes, schools and communities.

    Childhood is a once in a lifetime experience.  Let’s make it a good one.
  • Eat the apple. However, going to the doctor is a good thing, too.

    Find out how we promote better nutrition, physical activity and increase access to affordable high-quality wellness programs.

    Eat the apple.  However, going to the doctor is a good thing, too.
  • The only bars children should see in a lifetime are on the playground.

    Find out how we promote opportunities that enable youth to rebound from contact with the juvenile justice system and prevent system involvement altogether.

    The only bars children should see in a lifetime are on the playground.
  • Bryan Stevenson Talks Youth Justice at Distinguished Speaker Luncheon

    Hear human rights activist Bryan Stevenson who argued and won before the U.S. Supreme Court that children 17 years or younger should not received mandatory life without parole sentences. He champions change. Come and hear him speak.

    Bryan Stevenson Talks Youth Justice at Distinguished Speaker Luncheon
  1. Economic Sufficiency
  2. Education
  3. Child Welfare
  4. Health
  5. Youth Justice

2014 Highlights:

Just in case you only have a couple of minutes, we place issue highlights on the front page. Scroll down and go to the policy area that interests you. Click on the headline to view more in-depth information about the subject.  If you want more information about our recent legislative activities, go directly to the Legislative Priorities  page for more information.