2023 IMPACT REPORT
In 2021, The Children’s Partnership launched a three-year strategic plan to harness the power of partnership to achieve child health equity throughout California. This year, we’re evaluating our progress towards achieving the three major outcomes in our plan.
Click below to see how we made an impact in 2023.
2022 HIGHLIGHTS: TAKING A WHOLE CHILD APPROACH
Our 2022 highlights reflect our commitment to a Whole Child approach to child health equity – the recognition that children’s health is affected not just by what happens in a doctor’s office, but the neighborhood in which they are raised, whether they have a roof over their heads, the food they eat, and the well-being of their caregivers.
Click below to see some of our major accomplishments in 2022.
2021 HIGHLIGHTS: THE POWER OF PARTNERSHIP
In 2021, California families faced the fight against both the continued COVID-19 pandemic and the exacerbated inequities surrounding it. In response, The Children’s Partnership (TCP) doubled down on our commitment that all California children of every race, ethnicity and place of birth have the resources and opportunities they need to reach their full potential.
Click below to see some of our major accomplishments in 2021.
2020 HIGHLIGHTS: YEAR IN REVIEW
As this challenging year comes to a close, TCP reflects on progress made in our fight for children. This year saw deepening inequities for children and families in California and across the country. The COVID-19 pandemic, the economy, and the reckoning with racial injustice have all had profound impacts to California’s already marginalized children. Our 2020 Highlights share how we met the challenges of this year to continue supporting the health and wellbeing of children.
WHAT WE’VE DONE: 2019 HIGHLIGHTS
The Children’s Partnership holds itself to definable outcomes that lead to improvements in the lives of children and families. These impacts include definition of an agenda for children on emerging issue areas where no such agenda exists, significant changes in federal and state policy to improve health and educational opportunities, and direct health and educational benefits for children and families in California communities.
2018 HIGHLIGHTS: BY THE NUMBERS
WHAT WE’VE DONE: 2017 HIGHLIGHTS
For more than two decades, The Children’s Partnership (TCP) has had two primary areas of focus: “Improving the Health of America’s Kids” and “Connecting Kids to Digital Opportunities.” This interactive timeline tells that story. Scroll through using the arrows on either side of each entry.