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Acting Labor Secretary Julie Su announced the sample agreement at the inaugural CareFest Convention at the UCLA Luskin Center in Los Angeles, California.
Senator Laphonza Butler will address the importance of caregivers and care workers as part of her keynote on November 3, 2023 as part of CareFest, a two-day in-person summit focused on the future of caregiving.
Caring Across Generations to Convene Cross-Sector Leaders, Make Care Defining Issue of 2024
As families and workers across the country face a worsening child care crisis, advocates and activists with Care Can’t Wait are doubling down on their demand that lawmakers prioritize child care funding.
Caring Across Generations responds to the first-ever Senate Finance Committee paid leave hearing.
Following President Biden's Emergency Aid Request of $16 billion in childcare funding to Congress, The Care Can’t Wait Coalition urges swift Congressional action to fund critical childcare services.
Child care crisis threatens to destabilize families, slow economic growth, and jeopardize our workforce.
As Congress has continued to focus on power games, they are leaving behind millions of children and families by not acting on the child care cliff and failing to move the The Child Care Stabilization Act forward.
In response to the government shutdown fight and the expiration of emergency child care benefits, Nicole Jorwic, chief of advocacy and campaigns at Caring Across Generations, released a statement.
The Care Can’t Wait Coalition applauds today’s introduction of the Child Care Stabilization Act and urges Congress to act immediately to protect the child care of more than three million children and keep 70,000 child care providers open with this $16 billion in emergency child care funding.