In education and health, safety and economic well-being, ranking for Kentucky's children consistently place the Commonwealth among the bottom ten in the nation. Responding to a challenge from legislators, a broad-based coalition of advocacy groups came together to develop a clear and workable agenda to rectify this problem. The result is the Blueprint for Kentucky's children.
The Blueprint for Kentucky´s Children offers a ray of hope to Kentucky´s youth. It is the path to take Kentucky from its historic place at the bottom of the nation in child well-being to an exemplary place to be young.
Kentucky Youth Advocates serves as the lead organization for the Blueprint for Kentucky´s Children. Work on the Blueprint is supported by Kosair Charities, Metro United Way, PNC Foundation.
The Blueprint is a comprehensive six-year plan to improve child well-being in Kentucky.
When we speak with a common voice and advocate for a common agenda, we have a better shot at making positive changes for Kentucky´s children.
The Blueprint is a coalition of nonprofit, private, and public organizations committed to making Kentucky a great place to be a kid.
Our partnership began in the summer of 2007 when state legislators suggested that we come together with a unified voice for children.
In all regions of Kentucky.