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Our leaders in the U.S. Senate are now debating the next phase of COVID-19 response, and we need your help, right away, to make international funding a bipartisan priority — to ensure the women and girls we serve are not forgotten. 

Pathfinder is urging our lawmakers to allocate $12 billion to help fund the global response to COVID-19 — the stakes for those we serve — and for all of us — couldn’t be higher. 

Sign our letter to the U.S. Senate to stand up for the vulnerable people we serve — and make global COVID-19 funding a bipartisan priority. 

Dear Leaders in Congress,

As you consider the next phase of emergency funding to address COVID-19, we urge you to provide at least $12 billion in supplemental funds for the International Affairs Budget to support the global pandemic response. This funding request is critical to strengthening the capacity of developing countries to stop the spread of COVID-19 and to care for those already affected.

We need American leadership to provide a strong international response to this pandemic. The ability of our country to recover from COVID is dependent upon the health of our international community, including those most vulnerable. Critical international funding from Congress will help us respond to the humanitarian impact on the world’s most vulnerable, while also helping to protect health and communities on our shores.

We join Pathfinder International’s call for your support to help the global community survive this crisis and ensure a healthier, more resilient world.

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Thank you for standing up for the world’s most vulnerable families in their fight against COVID-19. But to truly make our voices heard in the U.S. Senate, we must raise a groundswell of support. And we need your help to spread the word.

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