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National Business Coalition for Child Care

About the National Business Coalition for Child Care

The National Business Coalition for Child Care aims to support businesses to demonstrate leadership on child care as an essential business issue and to take actions that increase the number of American workers with access to new or expanded child care benefits. 

Companies in the NBCC are working together to identify solutions to equitably provide child care solutions for employees and are ready to take action, share information, data and lessons.

The Coalition will achieve its goals by:

  • Amplifying First Movers – The Coalition will amplify the work of companies taking steps to support employees’ child care, creating a demonstration effect for other companies.   

  • Cultivating Leadership – Corporate leaders set business trends and influence social norms.  By championing child care as a business issue, they will inspire other companies to follow suit.

  • Promoting Learning – The Coalition will offer learning opportunities to help companies start or expand adoption of child care policies and benefits.

  • Inspiring Action – The Coalition plans to introduce a pledge initiative that celebrates commitments and demonstrates progress against those commitments.

MEMBERS

Archewell

Athletes Unlimited

ETSY

Fast Retailing

Gibson Dunn

Harvard University

Patagonia

Synchrony


Member Benefits

Members of the Coalition receive a wide range of benefits including peer to peer learning resources, exclusive access to events and co-branded thought leadership pieces.

JOIN THE COALITION

NBCC Members are leaders in their industries who are willing to speak out on child care as a business issue. By working together as a coalition, companies can create a systemic shift that would not be possible in the absence of collective action. 

About the Business Case for Child Care Report

Child care is a business issue. With original data developed by our knowledge partner McKinsey, our report shows amid the Great Resignation, expanded child care benefits can help companies attract, retain and advance women in the workforce.

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