The most significant overhaul of Colorado’s school financing system in two decades earned final legislative approval this week and heads to Gov. John Hickenlooper for his signature. The bill is the culmination of nearly two years of work and the efforts of dozens of organizations, […]View Post
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Medicaid Expansion: Senate Bill 200 (Aguilar/Ferrandino) was approved by the full House this week with a 36-23 vote with 6 lawmakers excused and goes to the governor’s desk. It would expand eligibility for Medicaid to adults with incomes up to 133 percent of the federal poverty […]View Post
We’d like to thank MAX in Cherry Creek North for hosting our Colorado Shops for Kids kickoff and for their support in making the event such a huge success. Shoppers who used their MAX voucher that night were entered into the MAX gift certificate drawing. […]View Post
It’s not too late to buy your Colorado Shops for Kids book! This important fundraiser for the Colorado Children’s Campaign is happening right now, May 1 through May 14. The shopping book provides participants with amazing savings at premier retailers and restaurants throughout Colorado’s most […]View Post
Colorado Springs community leaders will examine health and education issues facing children locally and throughout Colorado in a community luncheon on May 22 at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo. The Children’s Campaign will present statewide and county-specific data on child well-being from its 2013 KIDS COUNT […]View Post
More than 500 people gathered to witness Gov. Hickenlooper sign the Colorado ASSET bill on Monday. Eligible undocumented students will now qualify for in-state tuition rates at public colleges and universities. This bill moves Colorado closer to ensuring that every student has access to the […]View Post
In 2011, 21 percent of all children in Colorado were children in immigrant families – defined as a child who is either foreign-born, or, more commonly, has at least one foreign-born parent. Colorado’s children in immigrant families have strong ties to the U.S. In 2011, […]View Post
Circle of Friends Membership Tea Raises Awareness of Kids’ Issues, Prepares for Colorado Shops for Kids Kickoff
More than 150 members of the Colorado Children’s Campaign’s Circle of Friends took advantage of a rare sunny spring morning this week to raise awareness of children’s issues and share their commitment to the Children’s Campaign. Circle of Friends Co-Presidents Ashley May and Lindsay Filsinger […]View Post
Parents and child advocates from all corners of the state visited the Colorado State Capitol this week to speak up for the health and well-being of Colorado kids. Participants in Speak Up for Kids’ Health at the Capitol began the day with a training session […]View Post