Call to Action!

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The San Francisco Child Care Planning & Advisory Council (CPAC) and ECE community implore you to write your SF District Supervisor and Mayor to advocate for $30 million needed in funding for ECE in San Francisco. Your voice is critical to ensuring that District Supervisors and Mayor London Breed hear from ECE community.

Please don’t delayact today!

What can you do?

  • Write an email to your District Supervisor (where you live or work in SF) and Mayor London Breed (sample letters found below, feel free to add your personal flare).

  • Bring your letter to City Hall and meet with Supervisors!

  • Be present at an upcoming meeting (get creative, one voice can be present to speak for many).

When?

  • Act now via email!

  • Speak out at the Budget & Finance Committee meeting, 10 am Wednesday, Feb. 6, at City Hall. 

Who can be involved? 

  • Educators

  • ECE Leaders 

  • Parents

  • ECE Stakeholders

  • SF residents and workforce members.. ECE is important to everyone!


    Find your Supervisorial District:
     
    https://sfelections.org/tools/districts_lookup/
    District Supervisor Emails:
    https://sfbos.org/roster-members

    Sample Letter to send to your District Supervisor

    Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place

    City Hall, Room 244

    San Francisco, Ca.  94102

     

    Date: 
     

    Dear Supervisor

    San Francisco’s children can’t wait. Last June Proposition C for ECE passed bringing much needed resources to continue building a stable early care & education system — but will be on pause until the legal suit is settled. A stable workforce keeps classrooms open, and maximizes current resources to deliver the best and most care. Without teachers, classrooms can stand empty and reduce existing capacity, and teachers who have mastered skills and education move on. What an opportunity to take advantage of the ERAF windfall and infuse $30M to support educators now — before we loose them.

    Thank you and I look forward to your response.

    Sincerely,

     

    Name:

    Address: 

    Zip code:

    Contact information:

    Sample Letter to send to Mayor London Breed
    You can send this to: 

    MayorLondonBreed@sfgov.org

    Mayor London Breed

    1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place
    City Hall, Room 200

    San Francisco, Ca.  94102

     

    Date: 

     

    Dear Mayor London Breed,

    San Francisco’s children can’t wait. Last June Proposition C for ECE passed bringing much needed resources to continue building a stable early care & education system —but will be on pause until the legal suit is settled. A stable workforce keeps classrooms open, and maximizes current resources to deliver the best and most care. Without teachers, classrooms can stand empty and reduce existing capacity, and teachers who have mastered skills and education move on. What an opportunity to take advantage of the ERAF windfall and infuse $30M to support educators now — before we loose them. 

    Thank you and I look forward to your response.

     

    Sincerely,

     

    Name:

    Address: 

    Zip code:

    Contact information: