Far too many hard-working families still struggle to provide for their basic needs and lack access to the economic opportunities they need to thrive in a fast-changing world. In response, United Way is establishing, new, bold ten-year goals to improve the health, education and financial stability of the communities we serve. At United Way, we are committed to 5 million people getting better jobs, 95 percent of students graduating high school ready for college and career, and 90 percent of people being healthier. This Agenda for the 116th Congress outlines our policy priorities to advance these goals.
Mary B. Sellers, President, US Network