Cover the Uninsured Week 2007 one week away
Posted by on April 2, 2007
Cover the Uninsured Week 2007, April 23-29, starts in less than one month!
If you haven’t yet become involved in this year’s campaign, now is the time to do it. Start planning and promoting your activities now – and tell your friends to get involved!
We can help you plan activities to help get America’s kids covered:
* Visit the Event Planning Center, where you can plan, register and promote your activities.
* Visit the updated events map to see what’s going on near you, and to get ideas about what kinds of activities you can help plan.
* Contact a Communications Team member if you have questions about planning or organizing activities in your state.
* Order and download free materials – including media templates, bookmarks, lapel stickers, event and activity planning guides, and Web buttons and logos – to help you promote low-cost and free health coverage through the State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP).
New! SCHIP Legislation Update
Read the latest news about SCHIP developments on the federal legislative level courtesy of the National Academy for State Health Policy.
New! Webcast of March 14 National Press Event
Watch a Webcast of the March 14 Cover the Uninsured National Press Event. The event featured Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue, Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley, and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation President and CEO Risa Lavizzo-Mourey.
Go to http://www.CoverTheUninsured.org to learn more about the national event, and about this year’s campaign.
Let’s get America’s kids covered!
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