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Take Action for a Healthier California with Virtual ENACT Day

Take Action for a Healthier California with Virtual ENACT Day

Tomorrow morning, advocates from across the state of California will converge on Sacramento for ENACT Nutrition and Physical Activity Day. We hope to see you at the Capitol – but you don’t have to be in Sacramento to participate in ENACT Day! 

If you care about the curbing consumption of sugary drinks, making school zones safer places for students who walk and bike to school, stretching the dollars of people living in poverty when they use nutrition benefits at farmers markets, and ensuring that no students start the school day hungry, Virtual ENACT Day is the place to be.  

Visit our online action center. We’ve got all the tools you need to be an outstanding e-advocate, from fact sheets and talking points to letters of support you can send directly to your legislators. If you’ll be in Sacramento tomorrow meeting with your legislators, encourage your friends and family back home to support you by joining Virtual ENACT Day. 

Whether you’re joining us at the Capitol or from your desk, we want to thank you for speaking up for a healthier, safer and more equitable California.

Here’s how you can join the action on Virtual ENACT Day:

  • Visit the Virtual ENACT Day Action Center on our website. Send letters of support for each of this year’s bills to your legislators.
  • Connect with us on Facebook and Twitter, using the hashtag #ENACT2015. Let us know why this year’s ENACT Day bills matter to you and your community, tweet at your legislators and keep up with participants on the ground in Sacramento. Download our Twitter cheat sheet if you need help getting started.

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