Kentucky Youth Advocates and partners from across the commonwealth are launching the Blueprint for Kentucky’s Children’s 2020 policy and state budget priorities!

The Blueprint for Kentucky’s Children is a coalition of non-profit, public, and private organizations that speaks with a common voice to create brighter futures for Kentucky kids. The Blueprint stands on three pillars: thriving communities launch strong families, strong families launch successful kids, and successful kids launch a prosperous future for Kentucky. The 13 legislative and state budget priorities on the Blueprint’s 2020 agenda keeps those pillars in mind.

View the Blueprint for Kentucky’s Children 2020 agenda and supporting resources at

To learn more about the Blueprint, register for an upcoming local conversation in Owensboro, Lexington, Florence, Shepherdsville, or Manchester. Also, tune into this week’s Making Kids Count podcast episode as Natalie Harris of Coalition for the Homeless and Mike Hammons of Children, Inc. discuss the 2020 shared agenda with Terry Brooks.

Join Blueprint partners and advocates from across Kentucky at the annual Children’s Advocacy Day at the Capitol to bring attention to these important priorities for kids and families. Learn more and register for the 16th annual Children’s Advocacy Day coming up on Thursday, January 23, 2020.