Communication and Marketing Resources
Ensuring that communication pieces and marketing resources are coordinated and available for all voices that advocate for early childhood resources and initiatives is an important and proven element of the Partnership for Children and Families’ success.
Statewide early childhood resources
To best support advocacy efforts for early childhood-serving organizations across the state, the Early Childhood Colorado Partnership (ECCP) developed a shared message bank to help guide the messaging that organizations and others use in their communications about early childhood.
Gathered from the ECCP database and informed in part by research conducted by the FrameWorks Institute, here are recommendations of key messages to use when speaking about early childhood efforts and activities.
All Together For Prosperity. Colorado prospers when our kids thrive, because they are our future workforce, leaders and community members. No matter where they live in our state—the plains, mountains, rural areas or urban centers—children need high-quality support for development.
 Center for the Study of Social Policy. (2013). Building communities that help young children and families thrive. A national survey by Early Childhood-LINC: A Learning and Innovation Network for Communities.