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Upcoming Events & Activities
87th Texas Legislative Session
Visit our advocacy action center to find our current legislative resources and bill watchlist.
2021 Golf Classic
Enjoy a day of golf on the pristine 18 hole Woodlands Country Club Tournament Course. Join us to drive change “FORE” children!
Big Brunch: Bright Futures
Dress up in your summer chic and join us for our annual Big Brunch Sunday, June 6, 2021, at Discovery Green The Grove Treehouse.
Millions of children in the US have at least one foreign-born parent. Join us to discuss topics affecting immigrant families including immigration policy, health, public benefits, farmworker issues, and more.
Children at Risk serves as a catalyst for change to improve the quality of life for children through strategic research, public policy analysis, education, collaboration, and advocacy.
What We Do
We use research and data to understand the needs of Texas children and their families. This research drives our advocacy agenda and helps us develop evidence-based policy recommendations.
Research and data alone are not enough to drive change for children. We use our research to develop policy recommendations that have the most impact and speak up to inform policymakers.
We work better together. We rely on partners across the state to support our research and data collection, provide regional insights, and amplify our advocacy efforts through collective action.
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CHILDREN AT RISK is excited to welcome Kim Kofron as our new Director of Early Childhood Education! “We are very excited to have Kim join our team, because of her vast experience in Early Childhood Education,” said Dr. Bob Sanborn, president and CEO of CHILDREN AT...
Advocates in Action As the 87th Texas Legislative Session heats up, Children at Risk advocates are hard at work supporting and drawing attention to good bills for kids. So far this session, Children at Risk has hosted three advocacy days and virtual rallies,...
In response to recent and upcoming delegation visits to migrant centers, the Texas Immigration Network, a Texas Family Leadership Council (TXFLC) workgroup, hosted a virtual roundtable to unpack the current issue of unaccompanied children at the Texas border. Speaking...
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