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Due May 6: Please sign on to community letter supporting increased Labor-HHS-Education funding for FY 2023

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Deborah Kennedy
Wed, May 4, 2022 6:53 PM

Colleagues,

The Committee for Education Funding, the Coalition for Health Funding, the Coalition on Human Needs, and the Campaign to Invest in America’s Workforce are circulating their annual https://www.chn.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/302b-Letter-FY-2023-FOR-SIGN-ON.pdf to secure a strong funding allocation for the House and Senate Labor-HHS Appropriations Subcommittees. I encourage each NCL member organization to consider signing on as well. Individuals cannot sign the letter, but signatures can be accepted from national, state, and local organizations, institutions, and businesses.

TO SIGN, https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdwcdHKoqzp2xdvD8S4ApMyC8LirchXHM_l0wLxXJRrzarU-g/viewform BY COB MAY 6, 2022

Read the text of the letter: Shttps://www.chn.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/302b-Letter-FY-2023-FOR-SIGN-ON.pdf

More information:

What is the 302(b) letter? The 302(b) allocation is the amount of funding the House
and Senate Appropriations Committees provide to each of their 12 subcommittees. The subcommittees then divide up the funding among the agencies and programs within their respective jurisdictions. Each year the four organizations listed above collaborate to create this letter in support of strong 302(b) allocations for the House and Senate Labor-HHS-Education Appropriations Subcommittees. Several hundred organizations sign on to the letter each year, with the objective of showing lawmakers the strength of support for the “People's Bill," which provides
-- among other things -- virtually all federal education funding.

Why should my organization sign the letter? Without a strong 302(b) allocation for the Labor-HHS-Education bill, there is little chance of matching the President’s request for a 17% discretionary funding increase for Department of Education programs and for additional increases for other education-related programs in the 2023 appropriations bill. That’s why national organizations and state and local entities
that care about federal funding for education and other programs, projects, and activities within the Labor-HHS-Education bill should sign this letter. 

TO SIGN, https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdwcdHKoqzp2xdvD8S4ApMyC8LirchXHM_l0wLxXJRrzarU-g/viewform BY COB MAY 6, 2022

 

Thank you for your interest and your commitment to adult education and family literacy!

Deborah

Deborah Kennedy

Executive Director

http://www.national-coalition-literacy.org/

Colleagues, The Committee for Education Funding, the Coalition for Health Funding, the Coalition on Human Needs, and the Campaign to Invest in America’s Workforce are circulating their annual https://www.chn.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/302b-Letter-FY-2023-FOR-SIGN-ON.pdf to secure a strong funding allocation for the House and Senate Labor-HHS Appropriations Subcommittees. I encourage each NCL member organization to consider signing on as well. Individuals cannot sign the letter, but signatures can be accepted from national, state, and local organizations, institutions, and businesses. TO SIGN, https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdwcdHKoqzp2xdvD8S4ApMyC8LirchXHM_l0wLxXJRrzarU-g/viewform BY COB MAY 6, 2022 Read the text of the letter: Shttps://www.chn.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/302b-Letter-FY-2023-FOR-SIGN-ON.pdf More information: What is the 302(b) letter? The 302(b) allocation is the amount of funding the House and Senate Appropriations Committees provide to each of their 12 subcommittees. The subcommittees then divide up the funding among the agencies and programs within their respective jurisdictions. Each year the four organizations listed above collaborate to create this letter in support of strong 302(b) allocations for the House and Senate Labor-HHS-Education Appropriations Subcommittees. Several hundred organizations sign on to the letter each year, with the objective of showing lawmakers the strength of support for the “People's Bill," which provides -- among other things -- virtually all federal education funding. Why should my organization sign the letter? Without a strong 302(b) allocation for the Labor-HHS-Education bill, there is little chance of matching the President’s request for a 17% discretionary funding increase for Department of Education programs and for additional increases for other education-related programs in the 2023 appropriations bill. That’s why national organizations and state and local entities that care about federal funding for education and other programs, projects, and activities within the Labor-HHS-Education bill should sign this letter.  TO SIGN, https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdwcdHKoqzp2xdvD8S4ApMyC8LirchXHM_l0wLxXJRrzarU-g/viewform BY COB MAY 6, 2022   Thank you for your interest and your commitment to adult education and family literacy! Deborah Deborah Kennedy Executive Director http://www.national-coalition-literacy.org/
MD
Michele Diecuch
Fri, May 6, 2022 2:58 PM

Hi everyone,
Just a reminder that today is the last day to sign onto the letter in support of an increased allocation for the Labor-HHS-Education bill. See Deborah’s email below. They have a couple hundred signatures, but are hoping for closer to 400.

Best,
Michele

MICHELE DIECUCH |  Senior Director of Programs
Pronouns: She, Her, Hers


ProLiteracyhttp://www.proliteracy.org/  | 101 Wyoming St. |  Syracuse, NY 13204
p 315.214.2576 |  f 315.422.6369 | mdiecuch@proliteracy.orgmailto:mdiecuch@proliteracy.org

Find us and follow us on Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/pages/ProLiteracy/59618669707 and Twitterhttp://twitter.com/#!/ProLitWorld.
Help ProLiteracy advance the cause of adult literacy.http://www.proliteracy.org/give

From: Deborah Kennedy deborah.kennedy@key-words.us
Sent: Wednesday, May 4, 2022 2:53 PM
To: NCL Members members@lists.national-coalition-literacy.org
Subject: [NCL Members] Due May 6: Please sign on to community letter supporting increased Labor-HHS-Education funding for FY 2023

Colleagues,
The Committee for Education Funding, the Coalition for Health Funding, the Coalition on Human Needs, and the Campaign to Invest in America’s Workforce are circulating their annual sign-on letterhttps://www.chn.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/302b-Letter-FY-2023-FOR-SIGN-ON.pdf to secure a strong funding allocation for the House and Senate Labor-HHS Appropriations Subcommittees. I encourage each NCL member organization to consider signing on as well. Individuals cannot sign the letter, but signatures can be accepted from national, state, and local organizations, institutions, and businesses.

TO SIGN, CLICK HEREhttps://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdwcdHKoqzp2xdvD8S4ApMyC8LirchXHM_l0wLxXJRrzarU-g/viewform BY COB MAY 6, 2022

Read the text of the letter: Sign-on Letterhttps://www.chn.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/302b-Letter-FY-2023-FOR-SIGN-ON.pdf

More information:

What is the 302(b) letter? The 302(b) allocation is the amount of funding the House and Senate Appropriations Committees provide to each of their 12 subcommittees. The subcommittees then divide up the funding among the agencies and programs within their respective jurisdictions. Each year the four organizations listed above collaborate to create this letter in support of strong 302(b) allocations for the House and Senate Labor-HHS-Education Appropriations Subcommittees. Several hundred organizations sign on to the letter each year, with the objective of showing lawmakers the strength of support for the “People's Bill," which provides -- among other things -- virtually all federal education funding.

Why should my organization sign the letter? Without a strong 302(b) allocation for the Labor-HHS-Education bill, there is little chance of matching the President’s request for a 17% discretionary funding increase for Department of Education programs and for additional increases for other education-related programs in the 2023 appropriations bill. That’s why national organizations and state and local entities that care about federal funding for education and other programs, projects, and activities within the Labor-HHS-Education bill should sign this letter.

TO SIGN, CLICK HEREhttps://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdwcdHKoqzp2xdvD8S4ApMyC8LirchXHM_l0wLxXJRrzarU-g/viewform BY COB MAY 6, 2022

Thank you for your interest and your commitment to adult education and family literacy!

Deborah

Deborah Kennedy
Executive Director
National Coalition for Literacyhttp://www.national-coalition-literacy.org/

Hi everyone, Just a reminder that today is the last day to sign onto the letter in support of an increased allocation for the Labor-HHS-Education bill. See Deborah’s email below. They have a couple hundred signatures, but are hoping for closer to 400. Best, Michele MICHELE DIECUCH | Senior Director of Programs Pronouns: She, Her, Hers ________________________________ ProLiteracy<http://www.proliteracy.org/> | 101 Wyoming St. | Syracuse, NY 13204 p 315.214.2576 | f 315.422.6369 | mdiecuch@proliteracy.org<mailto:mdiecuch@proliteracy.org> Find us and follow us on Facebook<http://www.facebook.com/pages/ProLiteracy/59618669707> and Twitter<http://twitter.com/#!/ProLitWorld>. Help ProLiteracy advance the cause of adult literacy.<http://www.proliteracy.org/give> From: Deborah Kennedy <deborah.kennedy@key-words.us> Sent: Wednesday, May 4, 2022 2:53 PM To: NCL Members <members@lists.national-coalition-literacy.org> Subject: [NCL Members] Due May 6: Please sign on to community letter supporting increased Labor-HHS-Education funding for FY 2023 Colleagues, The Committee for Education Funding, the Coalition for Health Funding, the Coalition on Human Needs, and the Campaign to Invest in America’s Workforce are circulating their annual sign-on letter<https://www.chn.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/302b-Letter-FY-2023-FOR-SIGN-ON.pdf> to secure a strong funding allocation for the House and Senate Labor-HHS Appropriations Subcommittees. I encourage each NCL member organization to consider signing on as well. Individuals cannot sign the letter, but signatures can be accepted from national, state, and local organizations, institutions, and businesses. TO SIGN, CLICK HERE<https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdwcdHKoqzp2xdvD8S4ApMyC8LirchXHM_l0wLxXJRrzarU-g/viewform> BY COB MAY 6, 2022 Read the text of the letter: Sign-on Letter<https://www.chn.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/302b-Letter-FY-2023-FOR-SIGN-ON.pdf> More information: What is the 302(b) letter? The 302(b) allocation is the amount of funding the House and Senate Appropriations Committees provide to each of their 12 subcommittees. The subcommittees then divide up the funding among the agencies and programs within their respective jurisdictions. Each year the four organizations listed above collaborate to create this letter in support of strong 302(b) allocations for the House and Senate Labor-HHS-Education Appropriations Subcommittees. Several hundred organizations sign on to the letter each year, with the objective of showing lawmakers the strength of support for the “People's Bill," which provides -- among other things -- virtually all federal education funding. Why should my organization sign the letter? Without a strong 302(b) allocation for the Labor-HHS-Education bill, there is little chance of matching the President’s request for a 17% discretionary funding increase for Department of Education programs and for additional increases for other education-related programs in the 2023 appropriations bill. That’s why national organizations and state and local entities that care about federal funding for education and other programs, projects, and activities within the Labor-HHS-Education bill should sign this letter. TO SIGN, CLICK HERE<https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdwcdHKoqzp2xdvD8S4ApMyC8LirchXHM_l0wLxXJRrzarU-g/viewform> BY COB MAY 6, 2022 Thank you for your interest and your commitment to adult education and family literacy! Deborah Deborah Kennedy Executive Director National Coalition for Literacy<http://www.national-coalition-literacy.org/>