The LA County Board of Supervisors will decide on how they plan to distribute the second tranche ($900 million) of American Recovery Funds during their meeting on September 13. Less than 10% of the first phase was designated for CBOs and most of those contracts have not been made available to date.
Please contact your Supervisor and urge her to move urgently to invest more federal money in the communities hardest hit by the pandemic. Use the script and contact information found here to make your voice heard.
Below, find the letter CNM and more than 90 leading Southern California nonprofits sent to the LA County Board of Supervisors on August 30, 2022, to encourage them to take action on September 13. Download a pdf of the letter, here.