The Partnership for America’s Children is a network of 56 state and community child-advocacy organizations in 44 states and the District of Columbia. These organizations are active representing children and their needs in communities and state capitols and at the federal level. Each member contributes expertise and passion to the network in order to fulfill the Partnership’s vision and purpose:
To improve the lives of all children though public policies to ensure: equity and diversity, child health, school readiness, school success, child safety, and family stability and economic security.
View a detailed description of the goals for these six areas here.
To support a network of state and community child advocacy organizations in effective advocacy through:
- Strengthening individual organizational capacity through peer support and leadership and connections to resources; and
- Engaging in collective efforts to deepen the level of impact of child advocacy within and across states
Read survey results on members’ activities across child-policy areas here.