Care in Action, previously known as Domestic Workers Legacy Fund, is a labor-union-aligned left-of-center activist group that advocates for increased government regulations on the employment and pay of domestic worker. 
Care in Action, previously known as the Domestic Workers Legacy Fund, was founded in 2014.  The name change came in 2018.  It is a left-leaning organization that advocates for public policies and government programs to regulate the employment and pay of nannies, housekeepers, caregivers for the elderly, and other domestic workers. The group says it seeks to advance the socio-economic wellbeing of domestic workers. 
One of the bigger legislative achievements for Care in Action was pushing the passage of a taxpayer-funded program to subsidize needs of long-term care workers called the Hawaii Kupuna Caregivers Program through the Hawaii state legislature. 
Though its stated mission is on domestic workers, Care in Action has opposed a southern border wall and opposed liability protections for gun manufacturers. The group has also strongly supported LGBT and abortion rights. The group also backs efforts to make the minimum wage $15 per hour. 
In early 2017, the Domestic Workers Legacy Fund teamed with other progressive groups, Color of Change, MoveOn, and Demos Action to form the “Fightback Table” to oppose the Trump administration’s agenda. The groups convened other civil rights, environmental, immigrant rights and other left-leaning groups as well.