At the Center for Public Policy Priorities, we believe in a Texas that offers everyone the chance to compete and succeed in life. We envision a Texas where everyone is healthy, well-educated, and financially secure. We want the best Texas - a proud state that sets the bar nationally by expanding opportunity for all.
CPPP is an independent public policy organization that uses data and analysis to advocate for solutions that enable Texans of all backgrounds to reach their full potential. We dare Texas to be the best state for hard-working people and their families.
With your Amplify Austin support, CPPP will provide fact-based policy solutions, act as a voice for hard-working Texans, and build momentum for change.
Impact StatementTogether, we can accomplish incredible things. Behind every policy brief and committee testimony are goals to ensure Texans have access to adequate health care, education, and financial security.
Needs StatementAs a 501(c)(3) charitable nonprofit organization, the Center for Public Policy Priorities relies on friends and supporters like you to succeed.
By contributing today, you will not only demonstrate a commitment to helping Texans through practical policymaking, you will ensure that vulnerable individuals are heard in a divisive political environment where every voice is needed.
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