Your Sponsorship Helps Keep KidsData Running

We care deeply about California's kids. And we believe in the power of data to make the world a better place. That's why we produce KidsData, the most comprehensive source of information on the health and well-being of children and families across the state.

Your sponsorship is vital to keeping this important resource available.

KidsData.org brings together more than 1,000 indicators tracking the education, economic security, physical and mental health, and safety of children and youth—information that helps advocates, educators, journalists, parents, philanthropists, policymakers, and practitioners effectively tackle the toughest issues impacting our communities and our kids.

How can you get involved?


Sponsorship Levels

Advancing child well-being: newsletter sponsor ($1,000)

Help keep advocates, educators, journalists, parents, philanthropists, policymakers, practitioners, and the public informed by sponsoring an edition of our monthly newsletter.

KidsData News is read by hundreds of subscribers each month and reaches thousands more via social media. The newsletter provides the latest data, useful resources, and actionable insights on child well-being.

What's included in sponsorship:

  • One newsletter and related social media circulated to a broad audience of people invested in child well-being.
  • Recognition for sponsorship in newsletter and on social media.

Spotlighting critical issues: webinar sponsor ($6,000)

Support discussion of critical issues, uplift community voices, and highlight challenges and solutions facing children and families by sponsoring a webinar.

KidsData webinars are typically attended by hundreds of participants representing a diverse audience of people invested in improving child well-being. The KidsData team will coordinate advance preparations, host a one-hour panel discussion (broadcast and recorded/posted), produce a meeting summary of key takeaways (shared via newsletter, blog post, and social media), and will recognize sponsors in marketing materials and at the event. Sponsors will have the opportunity to provide opening remarks to the audience.

What's included:

  • Announcement circulated to a broad audience of people invested in child well-being.
  • Selection of your choice from among more than 50 child well-being topics.
  • Increased visibility of your selected child well-being topic before an audience of hundreds ranging from advocates to practitioners.
  • Recognition for sponsorship in newsletter, on social media, and at the event.

Uplifting youth: internship sponsor ($8,000)

Uplift youth perspectives and support job training opportunities by sponsoring an intern.

Youth voices—particularly those from historically marginalized communities—can and should inform any work on their well-being. One of the ways we make sure youth perspectives are reflected in KidsData is by uplifting the voices of our interns. In a program with mutual benefits, we learn from and center interns’ lived experience while providing a valuable paid training opportunity.

What's included:

  • 8-week internship for one young person.
  • Youth perspective shared with a broad audience of people invested in child well-being while intern gains valuable paid work experience.
  • Sponsor/intern meeting.
  • Recognition for sponsorship in newsletter and on social media.

Championing positive change for children: topic sponsor (starts at $25,000; contact our program director for more details)

Support advancements in child health and well-being by sponsoring a topic.

With more than 400,000 website visits per year, KidsData.org is a trusted and necessary resource for people committed to improving child health and well-being. Advocates, educators, journalists, parents, philanthropists, policymakers, and practitioners rely on KidsData to have the facts, so they can use their limited time and resources efficiently and effectively on program and policy change.

What's included:

  • Topic of your choice updated to reflect most recent information available.
  • Newsletter and social media campaign spotlighting the topic.
  • Recognition for sponsorship in newsletter and on social media.
  • Recognition for sponsorship in topic narrative on KidsData.org.

If you have questions about sponsorship or are ready to get involved, contact us today!


Not ready to sponsor? Consider a donation to KidsData. All levels of support help make a difference in our work and in kids’ lives.