Gwen Moore

From the office of:

Gwen Moore

Sending Office: Honorable Gwen Moore
Sent By:

        Request for Signature(s)


**Bipartisan Programmatic Request**

Current Signatories:

Jamie Raskin; Keith Ellison; Luis Gutiérrez; Anthony Brown; Peter DeFazio;  Brian Higgins; Juan Vargas; Danny Davis; Jim Langevin; David Cicilline; Bobby Rush; Grace Napolitano; Mark Takano; Eliot Engel; Filemon Vela; Ted Deutch; Alcee Hastings; Rick Larsen; Suzanne
Bonamici; Niki Tsongas; Seth Moulton; Eleanor Holmes Norton; Elizabeth Esty; Barbara Lee; Joseph Crowley; Peter Welch; Yvette Clarke; Kathleen Rice; Julia Brownley; Timothy Walz; Ann McLane Kuster; John Yarmuth; Lois Frankel; Joe Courtney; Lynn Jenkins; A.
Donald McEachin; Doris Matsui; James McGovern; John Delaney; Adam Schiff; Bonnie Watson Coleman; André Carson; John Katko; Dina Titus; Ed Perlmutter; Gregory W. Meeks; Salud O Carbajal; Bill Foster; Brian Higgins; Mark DeSaulnier; Jan Schakowsky; Jacky Rosen; Robin Kelly; Albio
Sires; Al Green; Eric Swalwell

**Add Your Boss by Clicking HERE **

Sign-On Deadline: Tuesday March 13th, 6:00 PM

Dear Colleague:

Please join me in signing a bipartisan letter to the House Appropriations Committee requesting adequate funding for the Special Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) in Fiscal Year 2019.  Ensuring sufficient funding for
WIC is critical to protect the nearly 7.5 million women, infants, and children whose nutritional needs are supported by this vital program.    

WIC provides access to healthy, nutritious food, and health-related services for low-income pregnant and parenting women and their children at a time when it is essential for their well-being and development. WIC nutrition education and breastfeeding support
services are also important in working to increase breastfeeding.  As noted by the National Academy of Sciences, “this federally supported nutrition assistance program is integral to meeting national nutrition policy goals for a significant portion of the
U.S. population.”

Numerous studies have noted the many benefits created from our investments in WIC, namely saving money and improving lives. As a result, we know that WIC is highly effective in improving birth outcomes, reducing child anemia, and improving participants’
nutrition and health.

We all want children and infants in America, regardless of economic status, to have a positive, healthy start to their lives so they can achieve their fullest potential.   Supporting WIC helps us reach that goal. 

The text of the letter is below.  

To sign-on to this letter, please add your boss by clicking HERE before Tuesday,
March 13, 2018 at 6:00 PM.

Questions? Contact Izmira Aitch ( in Rep. Gwen Moore’s office or Dalton Henry (
in Rep. Roger Marshall’s office.