SB 138 has the potential to help more than 650,000 students in California, and reaching out to Governor Brown could help get it passed.

School meals are an important step in the fight to end child hunger in California. When students get the nutrition they need, they perform better academically and are healthier. Healthy kids means a healthy California.

SB 138 has the potential to help more than 650,000 students in California get free and reduced-price school meals. We need your help, to reach out to Governor Brown to help get it passed. The Governor needs to hear that you and members of your community support this bill.

Will you help us get closer to No Kid Hungry in California?


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Please Stand up for California's Kids

Dear [Decision Maker],

SB 138 by Senator McGuire is a critical tool to fight child hunger. Not only does this bill make it possible to connect 650,000 more eligible low-income students to free and reduced-price school meals, but it will also bring an estimated $15 million in federal funds to California.

School meals are an essential strategy to end child hunger in California and they make a huge difference for students' academic performance, health and well being. In fact, studies show that kids who eat school breakfast attend an average of 1.5 more days of school per year, score 17.5 percent higher on math tests and are 20 percent more likely to graduate high school.

Please help to connect California's most vulnerable kids to healthy school meals by signing SB 138!

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