2018-19 State Budget Conference: Breakfast Grants

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Contact the 2018-19 Budget Conferees in Support of Breakfast After the Bell

Senate:

  • Senator Holly Mitchell (D – Los Angeles), Chair: 916-651-4030 or Email her Chief Budget Staff
  • Senator John M. W. Moorlach (R-Costa Mesa): 916-651-4037 or Email his Chief of Staff
  • Senator Jim Nielsen (R – Tehama): 916-651-4004 or Email his Chief of Staff
  • Senator Richard Roth (D- Riverside): 916-651-4031 or Email his Chief of Staff
  • Senator Nancy Skinner (D-Berkeley):916-651-4009 or Email her Chief of Staff

Sample call or email (if emailing please use subject line "SUPPORT EDU 36- Assembly Breakfast After the Bell Grants):

“I’m calling/writing to ask the Senator to accept the Assembly's Education Budget Proposal to extend funding for school breakfast after the bell grants in the 2018-19 Budget- Conference Issue EDU 36. Over the last year, these grant funds have helped more than 120,000 low-income students in 160 high-poverty schools. This successful grant program is now exhausted, and will end if funding isn't extended. We are all counting on the Senator to do the right thing for California kids. Please include the Assembly Breakfast After the Bell grants in the Legislature's Final Budget."

Emails can include a link to an article about these Breakfast After the Bell Grants: "For Students Who Don't Eat Breakfast at Home, California Takes a New Approach"

Assembly:

  • Assembly Member Phil Ting (D- San Francisco), Co-Chair: 916-319-2019 or Email his Chief of Staff
  • Assemblymember Joaquin Arambula (D-Fresno): 916-319-2031 or Email his Chief of Staff
  • Assemblymember Richard Bloom (D- Santa Monica): 916-319-2050 or Email his Chief of Staff
  • Assemblymember Rocky Chavez (R- Oceanside): 916-319-2076 or Email his Chief of Staff
  • Assemblymember Jay Obernolte (R- Big Bear Lake): 916-319-2033 or Email his Chief of Staff

Sample call or email (if emailing please use subject line "SUPPORT EDU 36- Assembly Breakfast After the Bell Grants):

“I’m calling/writing to thank the Assemblymember for supporting the Assembly Education Budget Proposal to extend funding for school breakfast after the bell grants in the 2018-19 Budget- Conference Issue EDU 36. Over the last year, these grant funds have helped more than 120,000 low-income students in 160 high-poverty schools. This successful grant program is now exhausted, and will end if funding isn't extended. We are all counting on the Assemblymember to do the right thing for California kids by fighting to keep the Assembly Breakfast After the Bell grants in the Legislature's Final Budget."

Emails can include a link to an article about these Breakfast After the Bell Grants: "For Students Who Don't Eat Breakfast at Home, California Takes a New Approach"