Here’s the second stimulus check update for JULY 3rd and how food programs ease rules for the Pandemic and what help is available.
Before I begin with the updates:
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2nd Stimulus Check
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This week has been focused on Trump stating on the interview with FOX Business that he wants the second stimulus check to be a larger amount.
He also stated that he agree with the $600 a week unemployment benefits extention that is about to expire the end of this month of July.
Being that it looks like were about to come to the next round of pandemic crisis starting.
Plus it’s a possible that ALL businesses are about to have a mandatory shut down once again.
So, here’s how food programs ease rules for the Pandemic and what help is available.
You may now have an easier time getting food through government meal programs. During the Pandemic emergency:
*Food stamp (SNAP) recipients may receive supplemental funding
*Parents can pick up school meals for their kids to eat at home
*People can enroll in food programs remotely rather than in person. This applies to programs for pregnant women, families, seniors, and people with disabilities.
2nd Stimulus Check
You can DOWNLOAD the Pandemic EBT State List here to – Read about these and other government meal program adjustments during thepandemic. To enroll or get other information:
See information on individual programs on the USA.gov Food Assistance page
For more information on school meals, check your child’s school or school district website.
The The Two Free Food Programs for Seniors
There are two federally-sponsored programs that aim to get nutritious foods to low-income seniors.
They are the following:
- Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program – Provides coupons for fresh fruits, vegetables, honey, and herbs. Use them at farmers’ markets, roadside stands, and community farms.
- Commodity Supplemental Food Program – Provides a monthly package of healthy food
Am I eligible?
If you’re 60 or older, low-income, and live in an area that offers either program, you may apply for it.
- Check the farmers’ market program map to see if your state offers it. Find your income limit.
- Check the supplemental food program fact sheet to see if your state offers it. Find your income limit.
How do I apply?
For the farmers’ market program, contact your state program office. If you get SNAP (food stamps) or supplemental food packages, contact that local office.
For the Commodity Supplemental Food Program:
Call 1-866-348-6479 to find your state contact
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