The Alliance for Children and Families represents nearly 500 member organizations across the United States and Canada, including:
- Human Service and Community-Building Organizations. Private, nonprofit human service organizations, settlement houses, and community centers that work with children, families, neighborhoods, and communities. This includes both religiously affiliated and secular organizations.
- Associations and Federations. State or regional councils, federations, and associations that primarily represent private, nonprofit organizations working with children, families, and communities.
Members of the Alliance share a common vision of creating a healthy society and strong communities for all children, adults, and families.
Alliance members provide an array of programs and services, including:
- Domestic abuse counseling and shelters
- International and domestic adoption
- Foster care and aging-out-of-foster care services
- Credit counseling and financial literacy services
- Head Start and after-school programs
- Older adult services
- Employee wellness programs and service
- Crisis management services
- Teen pregnancy counseling and prevention
- Sexual abuse counseling
- Civic engagement programs and training
- In-home health care services
- Clinical research and training
- Youth residential treatment
Members are based primarily in the United States, as well as in Canada, with some organizations also providing international services.
Alliance members represent a significant force in the nonprofit human service sector. Collectively, they:
- Serve more than 4.6 million clients annually
- Operate with a combined $6.3 billion budget
- Employ approximately 138,300 full-time employees
- Operate in 2,200 locations
- Are governed by more than 8,600 board members
- Benefit from the goodwill of roughly 200,000 volunteers
- Receive generous support from approximately 296,000 individual donors
Contact the Alliance Member Relations Department for more information.