SNAP Emergency Allotments

SNAP Emergency Allotments are ending on March 2, 2023

Due to federal action, the extra COVID SNAP benefits in Massachusetts end March 2, 2023. Boost your food budget with the Healthy Incentives Program (HIP)! If you get SNAP, you automatically get HIP. HIP puts money back on your EBT card up to $40, $60 or $80 a month depending on your household size when you buy produce with your SNAP from HIP vendors. Find out where you can use HIP: www.DTAFinder.com To learn more about HIP click here.

For more information and additional food resources, see below or please visit the Mass.Gov toolkit

Food Bank/Food Pantry near you:

Find local food pantries and community meal sites near you:

Other Food Resources:

Project Bread’s FoodSource Hotline: 1-800-645-8333

https://www.projectbread.org/get-help

If you have children under the age of five, are a new mom, or a pregnant or breastfeeding and live in Massachusetts you may qualify for Women, Infants, & Children (WIC) Program.

https://www.mass.gov/orgs/women-infants-children-nutrition-program

Students throughout Massachusetts:

All K-12 students can get free school meals this school year 

Budget Friendly Ideas made simple:

For tips to make grocery shopping a breeze, check out our newest blog post here. Find suggestions for everything from how to use what’s in your pantry, to saving money at the store, recipe suggestions, and games to play with your family. Make meal prep fun!

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