The Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act (VAWA) passed through the House of Representatives and awaits additional action. This critical and lifesaving legislation maintains the safety, resources, and protections that have been critical to all survivors, particularly women of color and other marginalized communities. The Senate STILL has not introduced a version of this reauthorization bill.
Join us and urge your Senators to stand with survivors by supporting full funding of VAWA today!
Strong bipartisan legislation was recently introduced in the Senate to reauthorize the Family Violence Prevention and Services Act (FVPSA). FVPSA provides critical funding for programs and services that survivors of family, domestic, and dating violence rely on.
Join YWCA in supporting this important bill by urging your Senators to co-sponsor and pass FVPSA!
Child care and early learning programs are – and will remain – essential for working families and our nation’s future economic recovery. The urgency to rebuild the childcare and early learning sector that includes retaining a skilled workforce to ensure an equitable, sustainable, childcare infrastructure is critical to meeting the needs of all women, families, and child care providers.
Join us and tell Congress: It’s time to support access to affordable, quality, childcare for all!