Denver, CO – A declining child poverty rate is among several important indicators of child well-being that are improving in Colorado, according to a new report from the Colorado Children’s Campaign. The drop in the poverty rate in 2014 marks the first consecutive decline in more than a decade.View Press Release
At the Colorado Children's Campaign, we're constantly working to improve the health and well-being of Colorado children through data-driven public policy. We provide trusted data and research on child well-being and organize an extensive state-wide network of dedicated child advocates. Please read the following press releases to learn more about how we're working to improve the lives of Colorado's children.
Denver, CO – Colorado has seen a significant decline in the rate of uninsured Hispanic children in recent years, according to a new report released jointly today by the Georgetown University Center for Children and Families, the National Council of La Raza, and the All Kids Covered Coalition.View Press Release
Denver, CO – The Colorado Children’s Campaign will mark its 30th Anniversary with an exploration of how ideas become movements at its 2015 Annual Luncheon on Dec. 2 at the Seawell Grand Ballroom.View Press Release
The Affordable Care Act has helped cut the number of uninsured children in Colorado from over 8 percent to only 5.6 percent, an historic low for the state, according to a new report released by the Georgetown University Center for Children and Families and the Colorado All Kids Covered Coalition.View Press Release
Denver, CO – Results from a new bipartisan poll released today by the First Five Years Fund, in partnership with the Colorado Children’s Campaign, find that voters of all parties share a top national priority: investing in early childhood education.View Press Release
The child poverty rate in Colorado declined to 15.4 percent in 2014, the first time the state has seen a back-to-back decline since the annual measure began in 2000. The rate declined from 16.9 percent in 2013, making Colorado one of 10 states with statistically significant declines.View Press Release