Mayor Michael B. Hancock's five goals to help ensure all Denver kids have their basic needs met, are prepared for academic and professional success are:
The Children’s Cabinet is Mayor Hancock's initiative to bring together a group of city departments and partner agencies to:
The Denver Education Compact is Mayor Hancock's initiative to create a new and binding agreement requiring the City, Denver Public Schools, higher education and community stakeholders to make specific commitments to improve education throughout Denver.
With the MyDenver card, all Denver students ages 5 to 18 who are residents of Denver can enjoy free year-round access to Denver Parks and Recreation centers, swimming pools and public libraries.
Free access is made possible by the 2A Initiative supported by Denver voters in 2012.
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The vision of the Office of Children's Affairs is to deliver a world class City where all children, youth, and their families have the opportunity to succeed. The role of the Office of Children's Affairs is to support City agencies, the community and its service providers in achieving three major goals to ensure that: