2020 Oregon KIDS COUNT County Data Cards Release: Pre-COVID Data Lays Foundation for Child Well-being

United by a shared belief in the promise and potential of each and every child in Oregon, we [The Metropolitan Group] partnered with the Our Children Oregon team to develop a brand that reflected the merger between Children’s First for Oregon and Children’s Trust Fund of Oregon. It was clear immediately that our values and vision for transformative change were sympatico...

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Foster Youth Provide Policy Recommendations to Improve Oregon’s Foster Care System

For immediate release: 08/26/2020CONTACT: Michelle Luedtke | michelle@ourchildrenoregon.org | 503-236-9754Oregon: Tuesday afternoon, current and former foster youth virtually presented policy recommendations for improving foster care to an audience of more than…

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Press Release: 2020 Children’s Agenda

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PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Thursday, January 30, 2020, 12:01 a.m. PST Contact: Chris Coughlin | chrisc@cffo.org | 503-236-9754 | 503-312-8178 Over 100 Organizations Urge Legislators to Act on Solutions…

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Data Media Roundup

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Check out the press CFFO has been getting about the Oregon County Data Book and the concentrated poverty snapshot we released in collaboration with the Annie E Casey Foundation.County Data…

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On the Radio!

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Listen to Executive Director Jenifer Wagley and Philanthropy Director Julia Pagán discuss the concentrated poverty data snapshot recently released by the Annie E Casey Foundation, as well as the importance…

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Oregon’s Native American and Black Children More Likely to Live in Areas of Concentrated Poverty

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PRESS RELEASEFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASETuesday, September 24, 2019Oregon’s Native American and Black Children More Likely to Live in Areas of Concentrated PovertyContact:Jenifer Wagley | jenifer@cffo.org | 503-236-9754 (w) | 503-893-4596 (c)Julia…

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