Kelly Sears and its joint venture survey partner, Narrative Research, have been selected by the Public Health Agency of Canada to conduct surveys of participants of two programs: the Community Action Program for Children (CAPC) and the Canada Prenatal Program (CPNP). The CAPC provides funding to community groups that promote the healthy development of young children from birth to age 6, who face challenges that put their health at risk.  The program funds 410 CAPC projects serving over 225,000 vulnerable children and parents/caregivers across Canada each year. The CPNP provides funding to community groups to help to improve the health of pregnant women, new mothers and their babies, who face challenges that put their health at risk. The program funds 236 CPNP projects serving over 45,000 pregnant people, parents and caregivers across Canada each year. The study involves designing and implementing an online survey of participants in each program. Training sessions will be held to inform projects on how to encourage participants to complete the online survey while at their project office or at another time using their smartphone, tablet or computer. Kelly Sears and Narrative Research also conducted the previous participant surveys in 2018, whereby mail questionnaires were distributed to over 600 project sites.