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VOTE TODAY! An easy way to help support CCHCC if you shop at Common Ground Food Co-op!

September 17, 2018

Dear friend,

Are you a member of the Common Ground Food Co-op (CGFC)?  If so, there is a very easy way that you can help support Champaign County Health Care Consumers (CCHCC)!

Voting for CGFC’s “Round Up for Good” is now taking place, in order to select the organizations that will be featured in 2019.

Voting is only open until Friday, September 21 (this week!), so please take some time soon to cast your vote for CCHCC!

In order to vote, you need to be – or become – a member of the CGFC. See below for information on how to cast your vote to support CCHCC (note: you can vote for up to 11 organizations!).

How to vote to support CCHCC as part of the Food Co-op’s Round Up For Good:
You can vote in the Co-op as you do your shopping, or you can vote online here.
-Voter ID is your owner number
-Voter key is your last name (lowercase)

Please note that you can vote for up to 11 organizations! The organizations are listed alphabetically below the other two ballot questions.

In order to vote online, you need to have your Co-op Owner Number.

Your vote can help ensure that CCHCC becomes one of the organizations selected for CGFC’s Round Up For Good next year!

Why support CCHCC?
CCHCC is your community resource for health care advocacy, community organizing, and direct service to help consumers get coverage and get affordable access to health care! Without federal or state funding, we have been helping local consumers enroll in health insurance – whether through the ACA’s Marketplace (, Medicaid, or Medicare. We provide free services to hundreds of consumers each month. We have also been leading the charge in advocacy, education, and organizing against efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act and slash Medicaid funding.

To learn more about Round Up For Good:
To learn more about the CGFC’s Round Up For Good program, go here.

Thank you for your support!

Champaign County Health Care Consumers