The Tri-Cities Children Charter of Rights initiative is a collaboration of the Tri-Cities Early Childhood and Tri-Cities Middle Childhood Committees. The two committees consist of a cross-section of individuals, service providers, and representatives from all levels of government, from the Tri-Cities Community with an interest in the healthy development of children in early childhood (0-6) and middle childhood (6-12), community partnerships and the vision of the committee.

This initiative led to the creation of the Tri-Cities Children's Charter of Rights, which is included as an appendix to the Tri-Cities Children's Accord, that we hope will help inform polices, programs and services for children 0-12 and their families. Financial support for this initiative is provided by the Ministry of Children and Family Development, and the United Way of the Lower Mainland.