Time is Running Out - 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 47,000 children. YOU can help by sending an email or written letter to the Mayor and elected officials telling them to save these vital programs. Here's how:

What You Can Do

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.


You or your child can write a LETTER to the Mayor – telling him why child care and after-school are so important to you and your family – Address letters to:

Mayor Michael Bloomberg
City Hall
New York, NY 10007

Make your voice heard! For more information visit: www.CampaignforChildrenNYC.com Facebook: Campaign for Children // Twitter: @ChildrenNYC #Campaign4Children

Encourage Others to Write on Social Media

TWEET: I sent a letter to @MikeBloomberg to say, save our child care and after-school! Send yours: http://bit.ly/ytoaJO #Campaign4Children

FACEBOOK: I sent a letter to Mayor Bloomberg to say, save our child care and after-school! You can, too. Follow the link to TAKE ACTION with Campaign for Children. http://bit.ly/ytoaJO

Latest News

From the New York Daily News:

On Wednesday, April 18th, councilwoman Annabel Palma (D-Bronx) met with advocates and parents at The Children's Aid Society's Bronx Family Center to discuss Mayor Bloomberg's proposed cuts to childcare services. Read the complete recap at the link below:

Concerned Bronx pols and advocates visit borough childcare center, one of several threatened by city cuts

Richard Buery Addresses Proposed Cuts on 1010Wins

Click the play button below to listen to Richard Buery, Children's Aid President and CEO, discuss the potentailly devastating impact of the Mayor's proposed cuts to childcare and after-school programs.

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