With rising food costs, and increased program participation, it is more critical than ever that we strengthen and protect WIC! Sign our letter to Congress now.
On average, Native women earn only 55 cents for every $1 paid to white men working part-time, full-time, and part year. For Native moms, it’s just 37 cents because in addition to sexism, racism and colonialism, moms face additional wage discrimination and barriers to employment.
We want to hear your experience using WIC! How has this program helped your family put food on the table? Share your WIC story with us to help elected leaders understand why protecting this program is important to our families!
Together we can create the future we want for our children. The time to RISE is NOW! We have no time to waste. Please make a gift TODAY to help moms and families rise. All gifts matched dollar for dollara! Thank you.
Join us in letting Congress know that we will not settle for anything less than a national comprehensive paid family and medical leave program for all.
Diaper Need is a growing public health issue that leaves parents unable to afford enough diapers to keep their infant or child clean, dry, and healthy. It absolutely does not have to be this way.
There are currently over two million women, right now, living in maternity care deserts -- counties, often in rural areas, where there are no hospitals or birthing centers that help with pregnancy, and there are no doctors who specialize in pregnancy care.
SIGN MomsRising’s letter now calling on Congress to take action to protect our families and economy ASAP by passing a budget package that includes WIC and child care emergency funding.