Bold Steps for
Children Award 2018

At the 2018 Santa Clara County Children's Summit, the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors were honored with the Bold Steps for Children Award for their commitment to and their work on behalf of our immigrant families and children. Watch the video to hear from Supervisors Cindy Chavez, Dave Cortese, Joe Simitian, Mike Wasserman, and Ken Yeager.

 

Get Ready for the November Elections!

Nearly 90 local candidates for state, county, city, and school board elections participated in the Children's Issues Voter's Guide, produced by Kids in Common in partnership with Santa Clara County Strong Start and the Santa Clara County Local Early Education Planning Council. This guide does not make any endorsements, but instead has candidates state in their own words their priorities for children and families.

www.sccvoteforkids.org

 

2018 Data Book CoverSanta Clara County
Children's Agenda
2018 Data Book


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To request a printed copy,
please contact info@kidsincommon.org

 

Kids in Common advocates for policies, partnerships and investments that improve children's lives in Santa Clara County.


Your support of our activities is greatly needed and appreciated!




OYP is working to improve results and bring awareness to our community about the needs of Opportunity Youth—youth ages 16-24 who are not engaged in school or work.
Get more information about OYP.

OYP Seeks Youth Leaders
Do you know youth ages 16 - 24 years who would be interested in representing their peers in this partnership? This is a wonderful leadership opportunity, and a stipend is provided for the youth members.
Click here to learn more.

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San Jose, CA 95126

 

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