ABOUT THE CHILDREN'S CAMPAIGN FUND NETWORK
The Children’s Campaign Fund Network (CCFN) includes Children’s Campaign Fund (a 527 non-federal PAC) and Children’s Campaign Fund Action (a newly launched 501(c)(4)). As one of the longest standing nonpartisan PACs focused on children’s issues in the country now paired with an affiliated advocacy arm, the Children’s Campaign Fund Network is in an exciting and ambitious phase of growth and deeper impact on behalf of children, youth, and families statewide.
We envision a Washington where all lawmakers prioritize the health, well-being, safety, and learning and development of the children, youth, and families of Washington State, especially those who are under-resourced and marginalized.
Legislative outcomes through nonpartisanship
Commitment to advancing racial equity
Informed by the voices of youth and families
We take action on a comprehensive platform of interconnected policy areas impacting children, youth, and families through endorsements and lobbying at the statewide and legislative levels. Our areas of focus are:
Basic needs (including physical health, behavioral health, safety, housing, and nutrition)
Child care, early learning, and family support
Children and youth with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) and other adaptive education needs
Juvenile justice reform
CHILDREN'S CAMPAIGN FUND (PAC)
The Children's Campaign Fund builds non-partisan political power by helping to elect lawmakers who will enact transformational policy change for children, youth, and families.
Co-Chairs: Janis Avery, Sam Méndez
Immediate Past Chairs: Rep. Ruth Kagi (Ret.), Andy Clark
Secretary: Yali Lincroft, MBA
Members: Juan Cotto, Charles Adkins, Joe Cunningham, Adán Espino, Jr., Angélica González, Lyn Idahosa, Susan A. Weiss
CCF is a registered 527-nonprofit organization/political action committee established in 1990.
Our EIN is 91-1494628.
Click here to view/download our most recent Form 990 (2022).
CHILDREN'S CAMPAIGN FUND ACTION (501(c)(4))
Children’s Campaign Fund Action builds non-partisan political power through advocacy and education to enact transformational policy change for children, youth, and families.
Co-Chairs: Rep. Ruth Kagi (Ret.) and Juan Cotto
Secretary: Regina M. Bellody
Treasurer: Andy Clark
Members: Joe Cunningham, Yali Lincroft, Sam Mendez, and Susan Weiss