The Colorado Children’s Campaign is dedicated to ensuring every chance for every child – but we can’t achieve this mission on our own. Our success depends on partnerships with advocates from a range of perspectives – legislators and decision makers, grassroots community activists, donors, and others committed to making Colorado a great place to be a kid.
As an organization with more than three decades of experience advocating for the well-being of children, we know that effective advocacy requires both information and action. In this section, you’ll find content to help you stay up-to-date on the latest legislation and policy, along with info on how you can take part in efforts to improve the lives of Colorado kids.
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Stay up-to-date on the latest child advocacy news with our KidsFlash blog. You’ll find information on important policies and legislation, data and research related to child well-being, Children’s Campaign events and presentations, and more.
At the Capitol
Want to keep track of important legislation and policy affecting Colorado kids? This section includes an overview of our advocacy agenda for each legislative session, as well as information on upcoming and current legislation and ballot measures.
Looking to take immediate action to improve the well-being of children in Colorado? The Colorado Children’s Campaign manages on-going campaigns – known as action alerts – to build public awareness and support for specific policy priorities.
If you’re interested in positively impacting the lives of children, we encourage you to consider joining our Circle of Friends or It’s About Kids – our two child advocacy groups dedicated to improving the health, education, and well-being Colorado’s children.
Advocacy Training & Education
Want to learn how to become an advocate for children and families? Our Advocacy Training & Education section includes tips for making your voice heard as an advocate, as well as information on child advocacy training opportunities including our Speak Up for Kids Day at the Capitol, KIDS COUNT Presentations, and Legislative Lunch & Learns.