allows our project to compile critical data that is often not readily available for our county into community profiles that support grant proposals and effectively focus maternal child priorities to guide our collaborative efforts within the community.
helps support the March of Dimes work to end premature birth and other problems that threaten our babies.
We passed a statewide resolution declaring the month of September as Food Literacy Month in California.
40% of Sacramento-area kids suffer from childhood obesity. Stott, Chief Food Genius & Founder, Food Literacy Center Children Now used Kidsdata in its 2016 California Children's Report Card—a summary and analysis of the status of kids in California.
Here in Stockton, one parent used the data to start a program for young African American kids because she said the data showed they are underserved and not performing as well as the other minorities.
One grandma used the data to start a grandparent volunteer program at her school.
Read more on our blog Kids in Common used Kidsdata in its 2017 Santa Clara County Children's Agenda and Data Book (PDF), citing data on demographics, food security, and homelessness.
The Data Book provides a summary of how children are faring in Santa Clara County and offers recommendations for how to address disparities.
“CASA of Tulare County uses for presentations, trainings, and social media marketing. There are a variety of ways to obtain the data you need relative to your area, to your state, and nationwide.
Thanks for not only the wealth of information, but the ease of accessibility to that information as well.” – Anthony Guerra, PR & Marketing Coordinator, CASA of Tulare County “is an invaluable resource for the March of Dimes Imperial County Healthy Babies are Worth the Wait project and our efforts to help moms have full-term pregnancies and healthy babies.
The site offers access to the most current county level demographic and health data in an easy to use and understandable format.
We focused on data regarding high school 'drop-out' rates, student support services, teen dating violence, and disparity in college eligibility in Orange County.
This site has a wealth of resources and I don't know how we could have provided these findings without Kidsdata!
In addition, she has seen used in presentations to school boards, county health commissions, county board of supervisors, and First 5 commissions.