Domestic Workers United (DWU) is a New York-based labor advocacy group for Caribbean, Latina, and African nannies, housekeepers, and elderly caregivers. The organization is a founding member of the National Domestic Workers Alliance (NDWA), a union-aligned left-of-center coalition consisting of 60 nonprofit advocates of nationwide labor regulations. DWU head Ai-jen Poo left the organization in 2007 to co-found the NDWA. 
DWA reached up to 500 members, mostly consisting of women and immigrants. 
DWA has likely been defunct since 2015, in which the most recent news story about it was published.  No tax returns have been filed since 2014, its website has not been updated since 2013, and the group’s Facebook page has not been updated since 2012. 
Domestic Workers Bill of Rights
In 2010, Domestic Workers United, operating under the NDWA, worked to support passage of the “Domestic Worker Bill of Rights,” a package of labor regulations, in the New York State legislature. The bill was sponsored by then-Assemblyman Keith Wright (D-Manhattan) and Senator Diane Savino (D-Queens). The bill created labor regulations for nannies, housekeepers, and elderly caregivers concerning standardized workdays, work weeks, overtime pay rates, and protection against workplace discrimination and harassment. 
The DWA received support from the New York Domestic Workers Justice Coalition, a coalition of local left-of-center labor advocacy groups, including Adhikaar for Human Rights, Unity Housecleaners, Damayan Migrant Workers Association, Haitian Women for Haitian Refugees, and the Andolan Organizing South Asian Workers.