Washington State MomsForce
The Washington State MomsForce works to ensure that the needs of Washington moms, caregivers, and families are visible in our communities and to our lawmakers. We do this by opening up lines of communication directly to leaders that work for moms and families.
The Washington State MomsForce represents 40,000 moms, dads, and families across the Evergreen State. Over 10+ years of advocacy, MomsRising members have won historic investments in:
- early learning and affordable childcare
- funding for dual language learning programs
- pregnant worker protections
- statewide paid sick days
- paycheck transparency laws
- paid family and medical leave for ALL
- a working families tax credit
Together, our voices are a powerful force for change.
Ready to join us? Here's how! Check out our latest opportunities for action down below.
Questions? Reach out to our Washington State MomsForce Director, Maggie Humphreys, at email@example.com.
We're making a difference for women, moms, and families in Washington State, and we want you to be a part of it!
Here are just a couple of examples of what our members and Washington State MomsRising elected leaders have said about our work:
After my time spent as a MomsRising Fellow, I became a Beacon Hub Leader. Here I was given the opportunity to shine within my community. Just knowing that my community trusts me, and are willing to fight the good fight for the parents, children, families, community and our campaigns, let’s me know that I’m doing something RIGHT!
- Carolyn Solitaire, Washington State MomsForce Fellowship Alum and Beacon Community Hub Leader
- Washington State Representative June Robinson
- Washington State Senator Karen Keiser
Legislators need to hear from you *right now* as they consider a new tax on the wealthy to fund child care and other essential programs. Take action now →
Time is running out for the House of Representatives to pass SB 5225! Take action now!
Thanks to the Fair Start for Kids Act, new financial assistance for child care is now available to families across Washington State. The good news doesn’t stop there! Co-payments have been eliminated for some families and considerably lowered for others. Let’s spread the good news!
There are moments in life where family must come first and you shouldn't be denied unemployment benefits because of it. HB 1106 would modernize our state's unemployment laws to better cover caregivers. Sign on in support here →