KidsData 2023: Looking Back, Moving Forward

Photo of mother and daughter roller skating.

KidsData looks back on 2023 with gratitude for our colleagues, partners, and, most importantly, you, our network of data users and changemakers. It’s our privilege to support the work you do on behalf of young people and families across our state. Before the year is over, we hope you’ll consider making a donation to help keep KidsData available, and free, for anyone who shares your commitment to making kids a priority.

Throughout 2023, we collaborated with longtime partners on a range of pressing issues in children’s health and well-being:

In 2024 we look forward to:

  • Hosting more events, bringing together experts and stakeholders from across sectors and regions—supported with the best available evidence—to inform and advance action on key children’s health issues. (Stay tuned for an upcoming webinar on tracking and responding to child maltreatment and deaths.)
  • Sharing our resources and original research more broadly, and learning from the inspiring work of our peers, through in-person opportunities that strengthen existing connections and build new ones. (Look for us at the First 5 California Summit in March, or at another event near you.)
  • Continuing to be your leading resource for data to build a better future for our kids.

If you’d like to sponsor or co-host an event with KidsData, or have us present KidsData to your group, please email [email protected].

Thank you again for being here, and wishing you a happy and healthy new year.

The KidsData Team

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