Effective April 25, 2019, the Biden Foundation suspended operations. Read more.

04.25.2019 | News Releases

Biden Foundation to suspend operations

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 25, 2019 Media Contact: Melanie Fonder Kaye (202) 559-1801 WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today, the Biden Foundation […]

04.24.2019 | News Releases

Biden Foundation 2018 Annual Report

  2018 was a great year for the Biden Foundation. Building on the work of our honorary co-chairs, Vice President […]

04.19.2019 | Blog

Month of the Military Child: Supporting Children in National Guard and Reserve Families

By Rory Brosius, Advisor for Military Families Since the inception of the Biden Foundation, we have collaborated with organizations to […]

04.18.2019 | Blog

A national conversation to reduce domestic violence homicides

By Kelsey Cohen, Spring 2019 Intern for Violence Against Women Earlier this month, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the […]

04.17.2019 | Blog

Passing the mic to young leaders

By Kendall LaVine, Policy Fellow for Violence Against Women Initiatives The Biden Foundation is proud to present the Youth LEADS […]

04.12.2019 | Blog

Notes from the field: CASA Ruby recap

By Thomas Hudson, Policy Associate for LGBTQ Equality Recently, the Biden Foundation partnered with CASA Ruby to hold a youth […]

04.11.2019 | Blog

Climate change may crush the U.S. economy, but fixing it could be the boost we need

By Rose Marcario Apr 11, 2019   After years of neglect by media, business, and politicians, the climate crisis is […]

04.03.2019 | Blog

Boosting employment opportunities for rural people and places

By James P. Ziliak Apr 3, 2019   Over 50 years ago, President Johnson’s National Advisory Commission on Rural Poverty […]

03.28.2019 | Blog

Notes from the field: Planting seeds of equity

By Cody Bushong, YMCA of Western North Carolina This country has made great progress in support of the LGBTQ+ community, […]

03.27.2019 | Press

Youth LEADS: Working to End Gender-Based Violence Among Youth

From ending gun violence to combating climate change, young people are leading the way and working to drive real, lasting change in our communities and across the country. Despite this, young people have rarely been included in the conversation around one major, glaring epidemic of our time: ending gender-based violence. While a lot of progress has happened in the effort to combat gender-based violence, the rates have continued to be persistently high for young people: Eighty percent of sexual assault victims experienced their first assault before they were 25. One in nine teen girls experience some fort of dating violence in high school.

03.27.2019 | Blog

Putting the middle class first means investing in child care

By Katie Hamm Mar 27, 2019 Investing in high-quality, accessible child care is a critical step to bolstering America’s middle […]

03.22.2019 | Blog

Why is it harder for LGBT people to be financially secure?

By Naomi Goldberg Mar 20, 2019 Everyone deserves a chance to provide for themselves and their families through hard work […]

03.15.2019 | Blog

Inheritance wealth: One reason the rich get richer

The Biden Forum Highlight is a series of quick reads on the middle class. Each week, editors at the Biden […]

03.13.2019 | Blog

A national policy on shares for the working middle class

By Joseph Blasi Mar 13, 2019 Strengthening the working middle class is impossible without a system that ensures more workers […]

03.12.2019 | Blog

A beginning and an end

By Lauren Ford, Biden Foundation Fellow for Higher Education In December 2017, I was forwarded a job description through an […]