Across the Midwest, these non-profit organizations are advocating for the resources children and their families need. Contribute today to one or more of these fine organizations working to ensure all children are educated, healthy, safe, and economically secure.
Children’s Advocates for Change is an independent advocacy organization committed to the well-being of every Illinois child. We champion those policies and investments children need so that they are educated, healthy, and thriving.
Indiana – Marion County Commission on Youth
Our mission is to champion the positive development of youth through leadership on key issues & support of the youth worker community. Our vision is to ensure every young person in Central Indiana has opportunities to thrive, learn, engage and contribute.
Common Good Iowa is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization built on a collective 50 years of experience of two respected Iowa organizations — the Child and Family Policy Center and Iowa Policy Project. Our team of policy advocates and researchers leverage reliable data, solid analysis and collaborative relationships to craft people-centered policy solutions for our state’s most pressing issues.
We are Kentucky’s independent voice for kids. We advocate for policies that give children the best possible opportunities for a brighter future and are making Kentucky the best place in America to be young.
Voices for Children Advocacy Center is dedicated to serving child survivors of abuse, and their families, in Genesee and Shiawassee Counties and enhancing the lives of all children through treatment, education, and by increasing community awareness.
Voices for Children in Nebraska is the independent voice building pathways to opportunity for all children and families through research, policy, and community engagement.
Ohio Children’s Alliance applies the collective strength of its members to sustainably improve the provision of services to children, young adults, and families through policy advocacy, performance improvement, and member support.