March of Dimes Office of Government Affairs advocates to Congress and the Administration on a host of issues important to pregnant women, infants, children and families. Our federal priorities include access to care, research and surveillance, prevention and education, and issues important to tax-exempt organizations.
In each of these areas, we build and maintain strong bipartisan relationships with members of Congress and Administration officials.
Featured March of Dimes Priorities
Increase Access to Quality Health Care
Support Healthy Women and Babies
Improve Research and Surveillance
See how you can support the advancement of March of Dimes’ federal policy priorities and ensure parents and babies have the healthy start they deserve.
Improving Federal Policies for Moms and Babies
March for Change
March of Dimes will champion to end preventable maternal health risks, end preterm birth and close the health equity gap for all families.
March of Dimes volunteers, families, and staff across the nation are advocating for policy initiatives to improve the health of mothers and babies.