Farm Bill – Your Help is Needed
May 11, 2012
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Millions of families across the country rely on Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as food stamps, to feed their kids. Drastic cuts to SNAP are on the table now as Congress is working on the Farm Bill, legislation that provides funding for SNAP. Share Our Strength is calling on culinary professionals to add their names to a letter urging Congress to protect SNAP and other federal nutrition programs in the Farm Bill. Visit NoKidHungry.org/Chefs-Tell-Congress to sign on by May 30!
Help spread the word to your friends and followers on Twitter and Facebook:
Sample tweet: Chefs, will you sign this letter TODAY & ask Congress to protect #SNAP (food stamps)? http://tinyurl.com/73dnese #nokidhungry #farmbill
Sample facebook post: Calling all culinary professionals! Will you join your peers in asking Congress to protect SNAP (formerly food stamps) and other federal nutrition programs in the Farm Bill? Sign this chef-only letter today! Visit NoKidHungry.org/Chefs-Tell-Congress to sign on by May 30