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On October 21 from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. EST, the Children’s Leadership Council and Every Child Matters will host a webinar titled, “Who’s Speaking Up for Kids? What the Presidential Candidates are and are not saying when it comes to children.”
With the 2016 election cycle underway, candidates are speaking out on issues ranging from immigration to taxes to education. This hour-long webinar will discuss: the current electoral landscape; what candidates are proposing to do for babies, children, youth and families; and how advocates can help make children and families a higher political priority for candidates.
Join this webinar to learn how you can stand with the CLC and Every Child Matters to make sure our next president makes our nation’s babies, children and youth a priority.
Join this webinar to get a review of survey data commissioned by FRAC on adults’ attitudes toward hunger and federal nutrition programs, and to hear from communications experts about how to harness the persuasive power of tested messages and themes to bolster public support for anti-hunger programs. As always, there will be plenty of time for Q&A.
This webinar is meant to inform advocates, organizations, and state agencies about the ways to run an effective D-SNAP and utilize benefit replacement techniques, such as the 10 day rule. Participants will hear from experts about best practices as well as some mistakes to avoid in the unfortunate circumstance that a federal disaster occurs in their state. They will also learn about ways that SNAP recipients can replace benefits that have been lost in a household misfortune. Following a brief presentation from our speakers, participants are welcome to ask Natalie and Dawn questions directly.
As the new school year starts, the threats to immigrants – documented and undocumented — have many children, parents and educators concerned. This webinar will focus on challenges facing families, districts and advocates across the country and possible strategies to address them.
Did you know that the Afterschool Meal Program can help fill the nutrition gap that may exist for millions of low-income children when the school day ends? The Afterschool Meal Program provides federal funding to afterschool programs operating in low-income areas to serve nutritious meals and snacks to children 18 and under after school, on weekends, and during school holidays. Join FRAC, the Afterschool Alliance, and afterschool meal champions for this informative webinar on program basics, how to get started, and best practices for operating a successful program this school year.