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Gatepath May 16
Our CEO Bryan Neider responds to recent announcement by Governor on his proposed spending budget for the system. We urge the Governor to support an across the board increase to protect services to our most vulnerable citizens. See story:
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Gatepath May 16
Sen Richard Pan & Thank you for being a champion on behalf of those w/ developmental disabilities & the service providers like us who support them. We appreciate your vote for a critically needed 8% systemwide funding increase to . RT
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The Arc of California May 16
"My peers frequently work multiple jobs, and overnights, yet are one emergency-medical, car breakdown, housing-away from financial ruin." DSP Santa Cruz County
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The Arc of California May 15
"As a single mother of 4 paying rent, bills, food, etc. it is very hard for me with the amount that I make. I have to ask the government for assistance like medi-cal and also cal-fresh." DSP Sacramento County
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Gatepath May 8
Today, we are urging Californians to call their State Legislators to show support for your loved ones with developmental disabilities. We must use our voices to advocate on their behalf so they can have access to the services they need to live their best life possible.
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Gatepath May 8
Thank you Senator Jerry Hill for pledging to support your constituents with developmental by signing onto to our letter of request for a funding increase to CA's system after decades of budget cuts.
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The Arc of California May 7
Get ready to call tomorrow! Go to: to find the phone number of your local legislator and let them know how important it is to support people with developmental disabilities.
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Gatepath May 8
Our CEO Bryan Neider sat down with radio 103.3 FM for a live interview about the funding challenges facing the developmental disabilities system in CA. Here's a 2-min clip:
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Gatepath May 7
Don't overlook 350K Californians with . Support an 8% systemwide restoration of funding to the system to address rising costs of living & caseloads. This is a issue!
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Gatepath May 6
TUNE IN ALERT: Gatepath CEO Bryan Neider interview live on 103.3 FM at 2PM today! Bryan, a alumnus, will discuss statewide campaign to protect the system. Listen at
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Gatepath May 2
Join us in one week to support Gatepath on Bay Area Giving Day! Your donation will be matched dollar-for-dollar, up to $30,000. Gatepath's Lifespan of Services:
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Roche Diagnostics USA Apr 29
Together with Rebuilding Together, we had a great time repairing and renovating their facility in Burlingame during National Rebuilding Day.
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Gatepath May 1
Terrific news! We need more advocates.
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Gatepath May 1
TY for reporting on the program closures in the Bay Area at It reinforces our urgent need for increased state funding. Pls sign a petition at & join us in protecting the care of those with
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Gatepath Apr 26
Lend your voice in support of our fellow citizens with developmental disabilities. Sign the letter petition to let our Governor know we are Californians who care about the quality of life of those with IDD in our state.
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ScreenMyChild Apr 24
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Gatepath Apr 24
Our friends and family members with developmental disabilities in California need our help! Sign the petition today to
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Gatepath Apr 24
Please help spread the word! Our Learning Links Preschool in Mtn View offers reduced tuition rates for eligible families. Limited spaces available. Find out if you qualify at
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Gatepath Apr 19
Years ago, when Gatepath was known as Easter Seals we raised money through Telethons. Circa 1982, a telethon hosted a on
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Gatepath Apr 18
Californians with IDD need your help now! Let them know you care about their well-being and quality of life by taking two minutes sign a petition to protect the services that allow them to live their best life possible.
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