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Three Easy Ways You Can Improve Lunch for 30 Million School Children

Want to become a leader in PCRM’s campaign to let Congress know that bad food in school lunches is unfair to students? You can make a big impact by asking Congress for healthy vegetarian options in school lunches.

There are three easy ways to show your support—including visiting the new Healthy School Lunch Revolution grassroots activist Web page.

You can ask Congress to help schools give more vegetables, fruits, vegetarian foods, and healthful nondairy beverages to the almost 30 million children receive who receive lunch and breakfast through the National School Lunch Program and School Breakfast Program.

Just follow these three easy steps to join the Healthy School Lunch Revolution:

1. Sign PCRM’s petition to Congress
2. Join the HealthySchoolLunches.org Facebook cause
3. Become a grassroots activist

Thousand of you have already completed steps one and two—and we thank you. But step three is possibly the most direct way you can impact federal policy to change what American children eat.

Becoming a grassroots activist is your opportunity to work locally to get out the word about PCRM’s Healthy School Lunch Revolution campaign. You can gather signatures, distribute literature, coordinate a letter-writing party, or speak with your congressional representative in your area.

We need grassroots activists—like you—to help us out across the country. Learn more at HealthySchoolLunches.org.



 

PCRM Online, March 2009

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