On Monday, May 9th, child care providers, parents, and families across the country hosted A Day Without Child Care: A National Day of Action. For generations, child care providers have been fighting for equitable access to affordable child care and better pay and working conditions for providers but their needs are still not being met.

That’s why Child Care Providers United is taking action for:

  • Living wages for child care providers
  • Affordable quality care for working families
  • Affordable healthcare and retirement for all child care providers

Los Angeles

Child Care Providers, families, and advocates gathered in front of the Governor’s Los Angeles office calling on elected officials to meet providers’ basic needs

San Diego

Child Care Providers demonstrated what the world would be like if we didn’t have the critical work of child care providers. Watch livestream here: https://bit.ly/UDWfbwatch


Child Care Providers and allies shouted loudly outside of Governor Newsom’s district office, demanding to be heard. 

East Bay and Oakland

This work can’t meet the demand for childcare if it can’t offer retirement security, affordable healthcare, and livable wages.

Telemundo 48 coverage: https://trib.al/9ysD8Hm