CALL YOUR LAWMAKER AND STAND UP FOR AMERICA'S CHILDREN
How low can Congress go? It’s a pretty low blow to target kids, and with this latest budget resolution that’s just what they’ve done.
As it stands, the House is proposing a $150 billion dollar cut to SNAP, one of the most powerful tools we have for addressing childhood hunger in this country. But that’s not all. The Community Eligibility Program, or CEP, stands to lose much of its funding—this would badly gut a program helps more than 9 million kids get the school meals they need.
Tell the House of Representatives not to cut much-needed nutrition programs that feed hungry children!