Best Starts for Kids Impact in 2018
Best Starts meets King County residents wherever they are, at every stage of life. In 2018, our investments served children, strengthened communities, and delivered impact. Choose an investment area below to view 2018 program performance data.
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Click on one of the investment areas below to view 2018 performance measures.
What we accomplished in 2018
invested in making King County a welcoming place where everyone can thrive
partners leveraged BSK funding and expertise to strengthen their communities
hours of technical assistance leveraged by communities
new and continuing programs
children received food, essential supplies, and other support
families and youth were assisted on the path toward stable housing
young people took part in youth development programs
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