Policy Advocates' Resources

Colorado’s youngest children don’t have a team of lobbyists at the state Capitol, and they can’t write their legislator or councilperson to let them know their priorities. So they are counting on all of us to be their advocates. Becoming informed about the issues and empowered to raise your voice is how you can speak for them and for your community. Join in!

Colorado Children’s Campaign Kids’ Flash:

Sign up to get news and information on early childhood policies from the Colorado Children’s Campaign. You’ll also learn about KIDS COUNT presentations in your community and receive periodic action alerts to contact your elected representatives on early childhood issues.


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Children's Hospital Colorado will be the leader in providing the best healthcare outcomes for children. We will be the driving force, in partnership with others, in providing children and their families with an integrated pediatric healthcare delivery system. We will be a national leader in pediatric research and education.


American Association of University Women

AAUW has been empowering women as individuals and as a community since 1881. For more than 130 years, we have worked together as a national grassroots organization to improve the lives of millions of women and their families.



9to5 Colorado

9to5's mission is to build a movement to achieve economic justice by engaging directly affected women to improve working conditions.

 Early Learning Resources Pages 

Click on these links to connect to organizations working in early learning in Colorado:

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Leading Colorado's Child Care and Education Workforce

A report published by Qualistar Colorado, in partnership with WFCO, reveals that leaders and teachers in the early care and education field are not fairly compensated for the critical role they have in children’s lives and within local and state economies. 

As a field, early care and education is an essential two-generation resource for state and local economies, yet is continuously plagued by high turnover rates, presenting a loss both for the business and for children.

These professionals allow families the opportunity to participate in the workforce and achieve self-sufficiency while also providing safe, learning-rich environments that lay the foundation for children’s school and life success. Read the report »