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Move Care Forward

A better
future for

America’s caregivers need a system that works for them. We can’t afford to waste this opportunity to move care forward.

Heroes of

As the backbone of their families, communities, and the economy, caregivers need support from employers and policymakers. Meet a few caregivers finding ways to navigate a system that wasn’t designed for them.
  • A reflection in a bathroom mirror shows us a daughter and father pointing at the girl’s wet hair and scalp.


    He cares for his daughter, Anna, who was diagnosed with epilepsy at six months old.
    See their story
  • An older woman kisses her adult daughter's face.


    She uprooted her life to care for her mom, Ramona, who has Alzheimer’s disease.
    See their story
  • A mother applies makeup to her teenager daughter's face.


    She cares for her daughters, Kami and Kyra, who have sickle cell disease.
    See their story
  • A mother and her young son lean in to kiss each other.


    A single mother, she cares for her son, Gabriel, on top of her full-time job.
    See their story
  • A woman stands using a fork and knife to cut food on the plate of an older person, who sits at a table.


    She cares for her mother, Carmen, who has diabetes and Parkinson's disease.
    See their story
  • An mother and a son smile as they look at a picture book together.


    She cares for her son, Amari, who has autism.
    See their story
  • A reflection in a bathroom mirror shows an adult helping a child brush their teeth.


    She is a mother, foster parent, activist, and a devoted caregiver.
    See their story

Meeting caregivers
where they are

40 %
Of caregivers feel isolated and unsupported. It’s time to make care work more visible and normalize the need to ask for help.
45 hours
Is how much time the average caregiver spends on unpaid caregiving each week. It’s time to invest in new tools and services that make those day-to-day tasks faster and easier.
66 %
Of caregivers sacrifice their own ambitions and wellbeing to care for a loved one. It’s time to implement public policies to make child and long-term care more affordable and accessible.

We'll move care 
forward, together

We invest in organizations that are designing innovative solutions, advocating for transformative policies, and reimagining the future of caregiving to make it healthier, more sustainable, and equitable for all. Check out these resources from a few of our partners.
A national movement transforming care so that everyone can live, work, care for one another, and age with dignity.
The Holding Co. is building the future of care. We design products, brands, and experiences revolutionizing how we care for our kids and elders and manage family life.
A venture capital firm investing in founders leading the digital transformation of how we live, work, and care for one another.