Join Us for a National Day of Action on July 20th

Published on Jul 14, 2020 in Federal Advocacy

Join us on July 20th to thank Senator Kamala Harris and Senator Diane Feinstein for working hard to keep our state strong and to ask for their continued support in prioritizing the things Californians need during this crisis — like access to food — throughout the pandemic and until the economy recovers.

Senate Republicans are expected to soon release their COVID-19 recovery package and we anticipate that it will fall short of meeting the full scale of need Californians are experiencing. California’s Senators have vocalized their support for critical anti-hunger programs, including a 15% boost to SNAP. Join us in asking for them to keep up the fight and to continue prioritizing critical hunger relief in the next recovery package.



FRAC is hosting an Anti-Hunger “Rolling Rally” on Monday, July 20th to tell the Senate it must act quickly to pass a COVID-19 relief package that delivers hunger relief. CFPA urges Californians to participate. Here is how to join:

Call Your Senators:

Between 9am-12pm on July 20th call your senator. With advocates in every corner of the country calling during this time, calls will be rolling into Senate offices throughout the day on their first day back from the July 4th recess. Let’s make some noise! Click here for a sample script and phone numbers.

Post on Twitter:

Between 9am-12pm on July 20th, share a short selfie video (one minute or less) or a selfie photo on Twitter with Senators Feinstein and Harris. Find their Twitter handles and guidance on how to post a video or photo. Use hashtag #BoostSNAPNow and remember to tag your Senators.

Resources to Support Your Advocacy

Questions? Contact Melissa Cannon at 510.433.1122, or visit


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