As part of our work to ensure every chance for every child in Colorado, the Children’s Campaign is planning a 2017 KIDS COUNT in Colorado! report focused on racial and ethnic equity in child well-being. In an effort to present the data in the report through the lens of those most impacted, we’re holding community dialogue sessions across the state to gather input on the data from community leaders and members. These sessions will provide an opportunity to discuss issues affecting equity in child well-being in different communities, and the discussion will help inform the narrative behind the numbers in next year’s KIDS COUNT report. We want you to join us!
Dialogue sessions with community leaders will be held on the following dates:
Denver area – September 27th (9am – 12pm)
Fort Morgan area – September 28th (9am – 12pm)
San Luis Valley area – September 27th (9am – 12pm)
La Plata County area – September 30th (9am – 12pm)
If you’re interested and available to join us for one of the sessions, please click here to fill out a brief registration form to ensure you receive additional details. Additional sessions with community members will be held later this fall. For more information about the project, please reach out to Sarah Hughes, Research Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.