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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COVID-19 Response Child Abuse Prevention Statement

COVID-19 Response Child Abuse Prevention Statement In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, Our Children Oregon is providing supplemental funds and support to our Affiliate organizations who are providing direct services to…

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RSVP to the 2018 OFYC Policy Luncheon!

You’re invited to the Oregon Foster Youth Connection (OFYC) Policy Conference Luncheon! This is your opportunity to hear directly from OFYC leaders about their vision to help the nearly 8,000…

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2017 Children’s Agenda Successes

At the start of the 2017 legislative session, kids in Oregon faced an uphill climb. A significant funding gap in the state budget placed kids’ well-being at risk. However, Children…

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2016 Children’s Agenda Successes

We entered the 2016 legislative session with the partnership of over 70 organizations and coalitions. As United for Kids, we stood together to propose solutions to the challenges our children…

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2015 Children’s Agenda Successes

Over 60 advocacy organizations brought their best thinking on children’s issues together for the first time with the 2015 Children’s Agenda. When nearly two of every three concepts on the…

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