The mission of the South L.A. Homeless TAY and Foster Care Collaborative is to prevent and end youth homelessness in the South Los Angeles region.

ACT TODAY! Contract Governor Jerry Brown to Help Secure Ongoing Funding for Homelessness

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Your advocacy is needed especially today to  support trailer bill language (TBL) that would provide counties with the authority to seek voter approval to impose a special tax on personal annual incomes over $1 million dollars for purposes of providing housing and services for homeless individuals/families.

Please contact Governor Brown to urge him to support trailer bill language to grant counties the authority to seek voter approval to impose a special tax on personal income above $1 million/year to combat homelessness.

Please email and/or fax in your advocacy letter by Thursday, June 9th and send a copy of your letters to: [email protected].  The sample letter is attached. You can email and/or fax to:Governor Jerry Brown

Email: Cut and paste the content of you letter to https://govnews.ca.gov/gov39mail/mail.php

Fax: (916) 558-3160

Attached is the template for the letter. Sample TBL Support Letter_Governor

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