The assumption is that care workers do their work out of the goodness of their hearts and don’t need living wages or benefits.
Two of the “biggest” bills of the 2022 legislative session were supported by The Women’s Foundation of Colorado.
In 2022, WFCO has pinpointed the three legislative areas we will elevate in pursuit of gender, racial, and economic equity.
WFCO lobbyist Jennifer Miles summed up the 2021 Colorado General Assembly with one thought: “This was quite a session.”
We recently sat down with Clayton Early Learning to dive deeper into the issues facing the early care and education sector in Colorado.
From diapering essentials to Medicaid expansion, WFCO aims to meet women’s immediate needs during the pandemic while rebuilding equitable systems.
Guest blog: Anna Jo Haynes, WFCO honorary trustee and founder of Mile High Early Learning, explains why voting Yes on Prop EE will allow us to improve the health and education of children across Colorado and support working women.
The legislature is expected to reconvene from its recess due to the pandemic for two to three weeks, beginning on May 18.
Learn a few reasons why WFCO’s Third Annual Lobby Day is an opportunity you don’t want to miss from WFCO programs coordinator, Mariana Diaz.
Please contact your representative today and help WFCO bolster the early care and education (ECE) workforce, because we all depend on someone who depends on affordable, accessible, and high-quality child care.
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