If Congress doesn’t act by tomorrow to extend the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), our health coverage gains for Colorado kids will be in serious jeopardy.
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This week the Children’s Campaign joined a broad group of health advocates in supporting proposed new rules to child care centers for school-age kids being considered by the state of Colorado.
Support the Colorado Children’s Campaign on Colorado Gives Day, Tuesday, Dec. 5, and your gift will go even further.
As House Republicans pass a tax reform bill, the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) remains a higher priority according to the November Kaiser Health Tracking Poll.
Before last week’s election, we shared a story on mill levy and bond questions that would be brought to voters in communities across the state. Thirteen bond measure questions and 18 mill levy override questions appeared on ballots in 2017.
Stand for Children recently released the State of Literacy in Colorado report. The report found that students have seen a 60 percent reduction in significant reading deficiencies.
Check out a guest column in the Greeley Tribune by our board member and President and CEO of United Way of Weld County, Jeannine Truswell
We know that food insecurity, a condition where individuals or families lack access to sufficient food because of limited resources, is a real and pressing issue for hundreds of thousands of Colorado families.
Gerie Grimes, President and CEO of the Hope Center, has been inducted into the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame for 2018.