Tell Congress to Support Child Care for Working Families

The Child Care for Working Families Act would provide access to affordable, high-quality child care for low- and middle-income families who need the most support by ensuring that no family under 150 percent of State Median Income would pay more than seven percent of their income on child care.

Click here to see whether or not your Representative is currently co-sponsoring the bill.

If your representative is not on the list above and has not yet co-sponsored the Child Care for Working Families Act, call (202) 224-3121 and ask him or her to add their name:

Hello, I am a constituent and I would like to ask [Member of Congress] to become a co-sponsor of the Child Care and Working Families Act because access to affordable, high-quality child care is important for parents and children, and their child care providers deserve to make a living wage.

If your representative has already co-sponsored the Child Care for Working Families Act, thank him or her by calling (202) 224-3121:

Hello, I am a constituent and I would like to thank [Member of Congress] for co-sponsoring the Child Care and Working Families Act. Help with the costs of high-quality child care is so important for parents and children, and their child care providers deserve a living wage.

When you call the Capitol Switchboard, press “2” to be connected to your representative. You will be asked for your zip code and then will be transferred to your representative.