Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Bob Conaway Urges Paul Cook to Strengthen the Fight Against Child Hunger in America

September is "Hunger Action Month" and September 4, 2014 is "Hunger Action Day". Bob Conaway, a candidate for Congress, asks Paul Cook to visit a child feeding program operated by one of the local food banks to show his concern for our hungry children.
The Situation: 1 in 5 kids in the United States face hunger, exposing them to increased learning difficulties, increased school absenteeism and poorer general health.
Our Response: Next year,  members of Congress have an important opportunity to strengthen child nutrition programs, especially programs that target children when they are out of school and harder to reach. Feeding America and child hunger advocates like Bob Conaway are urging Congress to give states flexibility in how they operate summer, after-school, and weekend programs to better reach hungry kids.
Your Impact: Join Feeding America’s or other local programs' cooperative advocacy team and urge Paul Cook and other members of Congress to strengthen child nutrition programs. By pledging your voice and sharing your pledge with others - you’ll join thousands of anti-hunger advocates working to carrying the message of a hunger-free America to elected officials across the country. Together, we can solve hunger.
A shocker: A campaign press release asking you to not give money, but get informed on an issue and just maybe think about the hungry children when you send a check to a politician for another mailer or TV ad. The contact number for one organization fighting against child hunger is Feeding America.
1-800-910-5524. or

                                                                                                                                                                                       Message prepared by candidate
Bob Conaway for Congress (CA-08)
12127 Mall Blvd, Suite A-363
Victorville CA 92392
Contact No. (760) 617-8305
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