The CARE Fund will invest in movement building for a universal publicly supported care infrastructure that will fuel the economy, improve outcomes for kids, promote equity and enable people with disabilities and older adults to live independently with safety and dignity. Grants will include support for leading advocates who are coming together to hone strategies and build a broader, more powerful movement for care. Read the Full Article.
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