Community leaders will examine health and education issues facing children in a community discussion May 14 in Sterling, CO. To start the conversation, the Colorado Children’s Campaign, Colorado’s leading voice for kids, will present statewide and county-specific data on child well-being.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.
Community leaders will examine health and education issues facing children in a community discussion May 14 in Fort Morgan, CO. To start the conversation, the Colorado Children’s Campaign, Colorado’s leading voice for kids, will present statewide and county-specific data on child well-being.View Press Release
Access to Health Care for Colorado’s Kids Top Priority for Parents and Child Advocates at State Capitol Today
Denver, CO – Today, nearly 70 parents and child advocates from all corners of the state attended Speak Up for Kids’ Health at the Colorado State Capitol, an event designed to raise the voices of parents, caregivers, health care professionals, and others who care about child health.View Press Release
Denver, CO – A landmark effort to modernize Colorado’s school financing system took a significant step forward today as a diverse mix of educators, business leaders and advocates urged the House Education Committee to pass Senate Bill 213, the Future School Finance Act.View Press Release
Denver, CO – Vouchers for discounts at premier Denver-area retailers and restaurants are now on sale as part of our annual Colorado Shops for Kids campaign. This partnership of shops and eateries helps create hope and opportunity for the more than 1.2 children in Colorado.View Press Release
Denver, CO – The 2013 edition of KIDS COUNT in Colorado!, an annual report on child well-being, shows Colorado still has one of the fastest growing rates of child poverty in the nation since 2000.View Press Release