Tell President Obama: Make Hunger a Priority in the First 100 Days

Four years ago, President Obama committed to working to end childhood hunger in America. But there is still work do to; right now, 16 million children are at risk of hunger across America.

In his first 100 days of his second administration, President Obama has the opportunity to take on issues of poverty and hunger and lay the ground work for bold initiatives over the next four years.

We have the systems in place to achieve this goal through federal nutrition programs including school meal programs, but the task will demand real leadership. We need bipartisan efforts like The No Kid Hungry campaign that have measurable and tangible outcomes in the fight against hunger.

Ensuring children in this country have the food they need to live, learn and play is critical if we want an educated workforce that will keep America's economy moving forward. Take action today and urge the President to make ending child hunger a priority in the first 100 days!
President Obama,

Right now, 16 million children are at risk of hunger. Yet, ensuring children in this country have the food they need to live, learn and play is critical if we are to produce a healthy, educated future workforce and keep America's economy moving forward.

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In the first 100 days of your new administration, you have the opportunity to take on issues of poverty and hunger, and to lay the ground work for bold initiatives over the next four years.

We have the systems in place through federal nutrition programs, including school meal programs, to achieve this goal, but the task will demand real leadership. I urge you to take a stand in support of bipartisan efforts like The No Kid Hungry campaign, that have measurable and tangible outcomes in the fight against hunger, and to make the fight against child hunger a priority in the first 100 days of your new administration.
Sincerely,

[Supporter Name]
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