If we bring Caring and the Economy together, what would our lives and our world look like? The Caring Economy Campaign (CEC) explores this enormous potential through public policy work focused on alternative economic and social indicators, and through a powerful platform for uniting organizations and individuals to build a more just, sustainable, prosperous, and caring economy and future for us all. As a coalition of diverse grassroots, research, educational, business, environmental, women's, children's, faith-based, and other organizations and individual leaders, the Caring Economy Campaign coalition will influence our economic and social policies at the federal, state and local levels—beginning with new Social Wealth indicators. Please learn more below and join our Caring Economy Campaign and help us in making the invisible work of caring, still primarily done by women, visible as we look to the future.
We invite you to join the Caring Economy Campaign to lay the foundations for a more just, sustainable, prosperous, and caring economy and world.
This project is designed to shift public policy in healthier, more realistic directions. Our first step is developing alternatives to Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
The Caring Economics Leadership Program provides materials, training, and support to a committed, growing group of Conversation Leaders who host powerful conversations about The Real Wealth of Nations in their home communities across the United States.
Working together, we can move our organizations’ shared agendas forward to more effectively and rapidly influence public policy—building a more just, sustainable, and caring future. As a coalition committed individuals and diverse, grassroots, research, educational, business, environmental, faith-based, and other organizations, CEC will powerfully influence our economic and social policies at the federal, state and local levels. Please click join the Caring Economy Campaign coalition by completing a brief membership form: Join
In addition to CPS staff and consultants, the Caring Economics Campaign is led by our Advisory Council members, with links to more about them and their projects.
Learn more about caring economics by watching a free 60-minute webinar or a few short videos.