Our Partners

Our goal is a future with accessible and inclusive care for everyone. To get there, we work closely with partners across all the different aspects of care — from policy organizations to culture changemakers to advocates fighting for labor rights and disability justice. We’re all stronger when we work together.

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Our National Partners

Together with our national partners we are reaching into every region of the U.S. to build our collective power, shift culture to value care, and advocate for care policies to improve access and quality of care services. By working together, we have more power to win a more caring future for all. Learn more about the national Care Can’t Wait coalition!

Check out our full list of national partners.

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Our Regional Partners

Our regional partners represent communities across the nation who are fighting for better care policies and programs to serve those who need it the most. Change often starts at the local level, and by meeting people where they are at we can identify and advocate for policies that can transform our care systems for our entire nation.

Check out our full list of regional partners.

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Our Culture Partners

Our culture change partners have been essential to advancing our success in changing how care and caregiving are seen and valued. From Hollywood writer’s rooms to national ad campaigns, our partners have been invaluable in helping us make care a mainstream issue.

Check out our full list of culture partners.

National Partners

Zero to Three
SEIU National
Paid Leave for All
Oxfam America
National Women's Law Center
National Partnership for Women & Families
National Domestic Workers Alliance
Mothering Justice
Moms Rising
Justice in Aging
Jews For Racial & Economic Justice
Institute for Women's Policy Research
Hilarity for Charity
Hand In Hand
Family Values @ Work
Campaign for a Family Friendly Economy
Community Change
Coalition on Human Needs
Closing the Women's Wealth Gap
CLASP The Center for Law and Social Policy
Child Care For Every Family Network
Be A Hero
The Arc
American Association of People with Disabilities

Regional Partners

United Domestic Workers AFSCME Local 3930
Senior & Disability Action
Pilipino Workers Center
Parent Voices
California Work & Family Coalition
California Alliance For Retired Americans
Black Californians United for Early Childhood Education.
We Dream In Black
Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregivers
New Georgia Project
New Disabled South
Georgia Values Action
Georgia Stand Up
Georgia Inspire Positivity
Georgia Head Start Association
Family Friendly Georgia
Care in Action
The Arc Georgia
Women Employed
SEIU Healthcare in Illinois.
Illinois Aging Together
Illinois Family Caregiver Coalition.
Illinois Alliance for Retired Americans
The Arc Illinois
Access Living
Southeast Michigan Senior Regional Collaborative
SEIU Michigan
Mothering Justice
Michigan Developmental Disabilities Institute
Michigan Elder Justice Initiative
Detroit Disability Power
The Arc Michigan
Alzheimer's Association
Hand in Hand The Domestic Employers Network
Jews For Racial & Economic Justice
New York Caring Majority
National Domestic Workers Alliance

Culture Change Partners

The Center for Cultural Power
Center for Media & Social Impact
Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media
Good Energy
Harmony Labs
HFC: Hilarity for Charity
The HRTS Foundation
Inevitable Foundation
Lemonada Media
Man Enough
National Domestic Workers Alliance
New America
USC Annenberg Norman Lear Center
Pop Culture Collaborative
The Second City
Storyline Partners
Think Tank for Inclusion & Equity
Yes, And Laughter Lab
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