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Promoting Equity Means Addressing the Effects of Poverty

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We Did It!

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As you may have heard, the City Council voted on a budget for the fiscal year beginning on July 1 – and there is good news. Together, Mayor Bloomberg, Speaker Quinn and the City Council restored significant funding for early childhood and after-school programs in some of New York City’s poorest neighborhoods.

Thank You for Supporting New York City Children

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From the CEO: Summer 2012

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Dear Friends:

As the $68.7 billion New York City proposed budget negotiations near the June 30 deadline, I cannot help but dread the fate that awaits thousands of children and families who desperately rely on the early childhood and after-school programs that are on the chopping block.

Tell City Leaders to Save Child Care and After-School Programs

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The Mayor's proposed budget cuts will eliminate child care and after-school programs for more than 47,000 children. YOU can help by telling city leaders to save these vital programs. Here's how:

Send an EMAIL to the Mayor and other elected officials by clicking here or visiting www.CampaignforChildrenNYC.com and clicking the TAKE ACTION button on the right.

May 31st is Campaign for Children Call In Day - Tell City Leaders to Save Child Care and After-School Programs

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The Mayor's proposed budget cuts will eliminate child care and after-school programs for more than 47,000 children. On Thursday, May 31st, YOU can help by calling city leaders and telling them to save these vital programs. Here's how:

What You Can Do

On Thursday, May 31st between 9am and 6pm, call (888) 279-3491 and use the following script as a guide (please be polite):

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