The Alliance for Children’s Rights protects the rights of impoverished, abused and neglected children and youth.

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30 Years of Impact

Since 1992, the Alliance has changed the lives of more than 150,000 young children, teens, and families. This year, we proudly celebrate 30 years of impact.

While our organization has grown and our services have expanded to meet the needs of our clients, our mission and our commitment to protecting the rights of young people in foster care has not changed.

For three decades, the Alliance has stood alongside families and helped them navigate complex child welfare systems—protecting our clients’ rights to stability, housing, healthcare, public benefits, family support, and education. We’ve partnered with lawyers, judges, legislative leaders, social workers, and educators to address the practical reforms needed to better support the children, families, and communities we serve. For every young person impacted by our advocacy, what we do as a community matters.

We uplift our clients’ stories of strength and their journeys to stability, healing, and empowerment. We hope they inspire you and show the power of this Alliance to make a difference.

Thank you for sharing our vision of a more just world for children. We look forward to another 30 years of impact together as a strong and united alliance.  

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30 Years of Impact

Since 1992, the Alliance has changed the lives of more than 150,000 young children, teens, and families. This year, we proudly celebrate 30 years of

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