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Social Security Call-In Day, Sept. 13th

September 11, 2010

Raise Your Voice on September 13TH

SOCIAL SECURITY FOR ALL GENERATIONS CALL-IN DAY!

What:  A call-in day to Members of Congress in support of Social Security for all generations—children, families & older adults 

Who: YOU and anyone who supports Social Security as a program for all generations

 When: September 13th, 2010 (the day after National Grandparents Day) from 9AM-5PM EST

 Why:  The growing debate around Social Security is missing your voice.  Many don’t know that Social Security provides vital financial security not only to our nation’s retirees, but also to 6.5 million children through survivors, retirement, and disability benefits.  Social Security also provides near universal insurance protection for children- covering 98% of all children in the United States in the event of the death or disability of a caregiver. 

The Call-in day number for September 13th is 1-800-795-5336.  Please note the call in number will not be activated until September 13th

 

The day after Grandparents Day (September 13th, 2010), all generations will join together to contact Members of Congress to make sure they understand how children, as well as older Americans, benefit from Social Security.  They must ensure the promise of Social Security is kept for all generations.  We invite you to join us by calling your Members of Congress on September 13th to ensure know about the importance of Social Security for all generations. 

The Social Security for All Generations Call-in Day is cosponsored by Generations United, AARP, Child Welfare League of America, Children’s Defense Fund, Grandfamilies of America, Easter Seals, National Committee of Grandparents for Children’s Rights, North American Council on Adoptable Children, and Voices for America’s Children.

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