Better Choice for NY
A Better Choice for NY
 
Supporting Better Choice Budget Campaign

Campaign Info

Steering Committee Members/Organizations:
New Yorkers for Fiscal Fairness, Alliance for Quality Education, Environmental Advocates of NY, Coalition for the Homeless, Community Voices Heard, Fiscal Policy Institute, PEF, VOCAL-NY, NYS Episcopal Public Policy Network, NYSUT, Empire Justice Center, AFSCME NY, Citizen Action of NY, NYS AFL-CIO, NYS Community Action Association, Hunger Action Network, Statewide Senior Action Council of NYS

Groups Signed on to Campaign:

ACCORD Corporation
AFSCME Council 35
AFSCME Council 82
AFSCME DC 37
AFSCME DC 1707
AFSCME NY
Albany Presbytery
Altamont Prog. Inc
American Baptist Churches, Rochester/Genesee Region
American Federation of Government Employees, Local 1151
Bed-Stuy Campaign Against Hunger
Bensonhurst COJO
BENTE/AFSCME Local 2419
Broadway Community Inc.
Center for Children’s Initiatives
Center for Independence of the Disabled of New York
Chemung County Housing Coalition
Chemung County Labor-Religion Coalition
Children’s Defense Fund-NY
Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Coalition- Chemung County
Civil Service Bar Association
 Citizen Action of NY
Class Size Matters
Coalition Against Child Abuse and Neglect
Coalition for Economic Justice
Coalition for the Homeless
Commission on the Public Health System in NYC
Communication Workers of America, District 1
Community Action of Greene County
Community Advocates, Inc.
Community Voices Heard (CVH)
Crossover Baptist Church
CSEA
Downtown East
Economic Justice and Social Welfare Network (NYC)
Elmira Community Kitchen
EMPOWER
Empire Justice Center
Empire State Economic Security (ES2) Coalition
Environmental Advocates of NY
Faith and Hunger Network
Fiscal Policy Institute
FOCUS Churches of Albany
Food Bank of WNY
Greater New York Labor-Religion Coalition
Green Education and Legal Fund, Inc.
Greenpoint Reformed Church Food Pantry
Health and Welfare Council of Long Island
Housing Works
Hunger Action Network
Institute for the P.R.-Hispanic Elderly
Interfaith Impact of NYS
Ithaca Democratic Socialists of America
Jubilee Center
Justice for Farmworkers Campaign
Let Justice Roll-Rochester
Leviticus 25:23 Alternative Fund, Inc
LIFT-The Bronx
Little Sisters of the Assumption Family Health Services
Loaves and Fishes
Long Island Alliance for Peaceful Alternatives
Medicaid Matters New York
Metro Justice of Rochester
Metro New York Health Care for All Campaign
MORE THAN FOOD INC
MoveOn.org(Capital Region)
MoveOn.org (Saratoga)
Mt Vernon United Tenants, Inc.
Nassau County Coalition Against Domestic Violence
National Committee of Grandparents for Children’s Rights
Neighbors Together
New York City Coalition Against Hunger
New York Library Association
New York State Alliance for Retired Americans
NYS AFL-CIO
New York Association of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services
New Yorkers for Fiscal Fairness
NYS Assemblyman Peter Rivera
NYS Assemblyman Richard N Gottfried
NYS Assemblywoman Barbara Lifton
NYS Assemblyman James Brennan
NYS Coalition for the Aging, Inc
NYS Community Action Association
NYS Episcopal Public Policy Network
 NYSUT 
OSA
PEF
Prevent Child Abuse New York
Professional Staff Congress/CUNY
Public Employee Press 
Rochester Episcopal Public Policy Committee
Schenectady Community Action Program, Inc.
SEIU 32BJ
Schuyler Center for Analysis and Advocacy
Social Justice Council First Unitarian Church of Rochester
SR Barbara Lenniger, Dominican Sisters 
St. Mary's Food Pantry
Statewide Senior Action Council of NYS
Supportive Housing Network of NY
The Bridge Foundation of Westchester
The Interfaith Alliance of NYS, Inc
The Interfaith Alliance of Rochester
 The Rt. Rev. Michael Garrison, Bishop, Episcopal Diocese of Western New York
Troy Area Labor Council
Ulster County Community MoveOn Council
VIBS Family Violence and Rape Crisis Center
VOCAL-NY
WALKS THE TALK ENT.
Welfare Rights Initiative
WESPAC Foundation
Westchester Community Opportunity Program
Westchester for Change
Westhab, Inc
Westminster Presbyterian Church
WNY Area Labor Federation, AFL-CIO
         
 
contact: Ron Deutsch, Executive Director
office: (518) 452-2130    fax: (518) 869-8649   cell: (518) 469-6769 
212 Great Oaks Blvd. Albany, New York 12203