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ATTENTION PARTNER AGENCIES: ACTION ALERT
Help Strengthen and Protect Nutrition Programs in the Farm Bill.
As the Senate prepares to move a farm bill next month, and as the House moves forward with its Farm Bill field hearings, it is important that our network send a strong, united message about our priorities for Farm Bill nutrition programs. Programs like TEFAP (The Emergency Food Assistance Program), SNAP (Food Stamps), and CSFP (Senior Box) are at serious risk of funding cuts at a time when the need for these programs is greater than ever.
Help us send the strongest possible message about the need to protect and strengthen our programs.
Please go to the Hunger Action Center Website and sign-on to the letter to Congress asking their support for these critical programs.
Click Here: http://www.hungeractioncenter.org/network/. The deadline to sign the letter is Friday April 6 at 5 p.m.
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