Promote the 2020 Census among young kids and families with a new toolkit!

Written by: Sarah Hughes
Date Posted: December 6, 2019

Early childhood providers and others who work with young children and their families have a critical role to play in making sure young Colorado children are counted in the 2020 Census, and a new toolkit is here to help. The U.S. Census Bureau and other organizations have put together lots of resources to help providers promote the 2020 Census among families with young children, but these resources can be hard to find and aren’t always in one place. The new Early Childhood Census Toolkit compiles links to these materials, including flyers to share with families, FAQs about the census for providers and even a 2020 Census activity booklet for young children, all in one convenient document. The toolkit also includes sample language that can be used in newsletters, as well as social media posts to share about the 2020 Census between now and next summer.


The 2020 Census is less than four months away, and Colorado needs your help to make sure every kid counts! Click here to download the toolkit and start using it today.

Sarah Hughes

About Sarah Hughes

Sarah Hughes is Vice President of Research Initiatives for the Colorado Children’s Campaign. In this role, she leads the organization’s research and data analysis efforts, including the development and publication of the annual KIDS COUNT in Colorado! report, and provides research and data support to inform and advance the Children’s Campaign’s policy agenda. She also co-chairs the organization’s internal Equity Team. Prior to joining the Children’s Campaign, Sarah worked in communications and spent several years working and volunteering with kids in various capacities.