Take Action

There are many ways that you can take action for Westchester’s children!

You can be an advocate for children by helping elevate children’s issues in your community, by contacting elected officials about legislation relevant to kids, by spreading the word in your network, or by participating in our “One Click Advocacy” campaigns.

Join today and make your voice heard for kids!

One-Click Advocacy

Participate in our online advocacy campaigns as a WCA eAdvocate. Subscribe to our emails and select the eAdvocate list to get detailed instructions about how you can get involved. You can also use our online Advocacy Alert form is active during the state and county Budget Season to send messages of support to the appropriate elected official with just one click. Action alerts are also posted with the current issues we are working on.

Spread the Word

Follow us on social media @WCA4kids and share our posts with others in your network and community. This is one of the best ways to get others involved and amplify the issues that impact our children’ lives. You can find us on Facebook, X (Twitter), Instagram, and LinkedIn.

Review Our Bill List

Each Budget Season, WCA publishes our agenda of critical bills and action items we are focused on with our partners to help children thrive in Westchester County. Read more about these bills that you can help become law by sending messages of support to your elected official.

Find Your Government Officials

Send a message to government officials at the county, state, and federal levels. Includes an interactive map to help you determine who your representatives are and how to contact them.

Register to Vote

Anyone who is a parent, caretaker, teacher, neighbor, community member, or child advocate should actively and regularly exercise their right to vote. When constituents voice their concerns and priorities, elected officials listen!

Stay Informed

Join our email list to stay informed about the latest issues impacting Westchester’s children, be notified of upcoming events, and receive advocacy alerts of ways you can take action for kids.