The campaign pushing for funding in the state budget workers who provide direct care services to those with developmental disabilities is upset Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s 30-day budget amendments do not include the funding they have sought.

The coalition, bFair2DirectCare, has been seeking $45 million over size years to provide living wage benefits for workers.

The effort has garnered bipartisan support among state lawmakers.

“On behalf of the half-million New Yorkers invested in our fight for a living wage for direct care workers, we want to express our gratitude for the tremendous support we’ve received from members of the Senate and Assembly,” the campaign said in a statement. “Democrats and Republicans from every corner of the state see the importance of fair and just pay for the `living angels’ who care for people with developmental disabilities. We appreciate your vigor and your commitment and we need your help now more than ever.”

In the statement, the campaign needled Cuomo, saying his emphasis on other issues is out of step with the needs of the developmentally disabled.

“It’s clear he would rather talk about gondolas than living wages for the mostly minority and female workers who help these incredible New Yorkers live a fuller life as part of the community,” the group said.