WV Kids Count, the foremost authority on all things children in the state of West Virginia, is having an awards luncheon on October 1, 2019 from 11:30 – 1:00 at Edgewood Country Club.
Join business leaders, elected officials and child advocates as they celebrate WV KIDS COUNT’s 30th Anniversary by:
- Introducing West Virginia’s Child Well-Being Scorecard with Dr. Lindsay Allen, WVU and Dr. Tammy Collins, Marshall University.
- Premiering ‘Every Kid Counts in West Virginia’ Call to Action.
- Presenting Champion of Children Awards in their 4 Pillars (Health, Family & Community, Economic Well-being, and Education).
- Support the work of WV KIDS COUNT by attending.
WV KIDS COUNT believes every child in West Virginia counts, so they help policymakers make the best decisions possible by producing the signature Data Book that annually tracks the well-being of children over time and across West Virginia to provide high quality, unbiased information and encourage action on behalf of kids and families.
WV KIDS COUNT supports the well-being of all children in West Virginia by building partnerships with child-serving organizations to stand up for what kids need.
WV KIDS COUNT is a private, nonprofit, non-partisan organization that has championed the needs of kids and families for more than 30 years.
WV KIDS COUNT is the leading resource for data on child and family well-being in the state.
WV KIDS COUNT is a member of the national KIDS COUNT Network, and receives funding from the Annie E. Casey Foundation, as well as state-level foundations, government grants, corporations and individuals.
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Your support makes WV Kids Count work possible. It will help them ensure that every child — regardless of their race, ethnicity or zip code — grows up safe, healthy, well-educated and in a financially stable home.