Our new strategic framework

Written by: Children's Campaign
Date Posted: December 2, 2022

As the new year approaches, we are excited to share the strategic framework that will guide our work in 2023 and beyond. The Children’s Campaign team has worked diligently to understand the most pressing challenges facing Colorado kids and families today and in the coming years. The result is a framework that highlights four goals and guiding north star principles: 

  • Family Economic Prosperity: All families have safe, stable housing and the financial resources they need to support their well-being and achieve economic prosperity. 
  • Youth Success: All youth believe they belong, feel vital to their communities, and have the resources, opportunities, and support they need to thrive in adolescence and beyond. 
  • Child and Family Health: All families have comprehensive health insurance, strong social support, high-quality perinatal and reproductive health services, and ample amounts of healthy foods. 
  • Early Childhood: All children have equitable, high-quality early childhood experiences shaped by well-supported families, caregivers, and educators that foster social-emotional development, health and overall well-being. 

 In all of this work, we strive to develop a world where the health, well-being, and happiness of our children always come first – where all children can be joyful and self-actualized, with the agency to create their own future and define their own success. 

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The Colorado Children’s Campaign is a nonprofit, nonpartisan advocacy organization committed since 1985 to realizing every chance for every child in Colorado. We advocate for the development and implementation of data-driven public policies that improve child wellbeing in health, education and early childhood. We do this by providing Coloradans with trusted data and research on child wellbeing and organizing an extensive state-wide network of dedicated child advocates. For more information, please visit www.coloradokids.org.