In 2011, 28 out of every 1,000 teen girls ages 15 to 19 gave birth. Colorado’s teen birth rate has been on a steady decline since 2000, but it varies widely across counties. Jackson County had the highest teen birth rate in 2011, at 79 […]
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It’s time to help us get out the vote! Ballots are hitting mailboxes across Colorado, and we need your help to spread the word about the importance of voting yes on Amendment 66. Here’s how you can help: Social media: Facebook/Twitter: Click here to download […]
There are only a handful of seats remaining for the Children’s Campaign Annual Luncheon. Don’t miss out! Register today to join us for this not-to-be-missed event featuring Carlotta Walls LaNier, youngest member of the Little Rock Nine. Read more about Carlotta Walls LaNier on our website.
On Wednesday, the Economic Opportunity and Poverty Reduction Task Force, an interim committee of the Colorado General Assembly, approved several bills to be introduced during the 2014 legislative session. These included two bills to ensure child care is affordable, accessible and high quality. Led by […]
If you’d like to strengthen your advocacy skills, consider joining our friends at Children’s Hospital Colorado for their first-ever Children’s Advocacy Boot Camp. Advocacy Boot Camp is designed to teach people how to use their voices to bring about positive and lasting change related to […]
The Colorado Children’s Campaign is seeking an intern to assist the Government Affairs Director during the 2014 session of the Colorado General Assembly. The session runs from January to May 2014. This internship is a great opportunity for graduate-level students to experience the legislative process […]
Between 2009 and 2011, nearly 63 percent of all Colorado children under 6 (more than 251,000 kids) were living in families where all available parents were in the labor force, meaning they needed child care during the day while their parents worked or searched for […]
Join Amendment 66 supporters in cities and communities all over Colorado for an exciting and important series of events on Saturday, October 12th. Back Our Schools Day events—happening in 15 communities across the state—will feature local business leaders, neighborhood teachers and parents sharing the positive impacts […]