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Tell Your Senators: Build Back Better by Investing in Child NutritionCAMPAIGN: Every Kid, Every Day
The House has passed the BBBA. Now the U.S. Senate has an opportunity to nourish children through a $10 billion investment included in the Build Back Better Act. Our coalition of change makers needs you!Learn More Share Your Support
Since 1992 we have worked with partners from government, nonprofits, and the private sector to help people thrive.
After a successful year, say thanks!The legislature and Governor deserve significant thanks for making an initial investment in Food4All in the 2021-22 state budget.
Charter School Students
A Year in Nutrition Assistance
Hasta $300 por hijos por la extensión del programa de ayuda alimentaria en CaliforniaUnivision 34•September 05, 2021
El beneficio puede otorgar hasta 300 dólares por hijo para familias en comunidades donde las escuelas estuvieron completamente cerradas durante el verano, según Ángeles Nelson, defensora de políticas de Norish California.
If we invest in nutritious food for all immigrants, we would all thrive as a community.
Health & Public Benefits Policy Coordinator at the California Immigrant Policy Center (CIPC)
[Food4All] would permanently address the immigrant exclusion in the state’s nutrition safety net and be a major step forward toward a future where all Californians have the food they need.
Senior Advocate, Food4All
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