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Facts About Food Stamps (1)+

  • Food Stamp Facts

    The food stamp program helps low-income people buy food. Although it is a federal government program, it is run by state or local agencies. These web pages answer the following questions: (1) Who can get food stamps? (2) Resources (things you own) (3) How can you apply for food stamps? (4) How much can you get? (5) Contacting Social Security (6) Food stamps. Content Detail

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    Social Security Administration

Food Programs (2)+

  • Find Your Local Food Bank Program

    America's Second Harvest is a national network of more than 200 food banks and food-rescue programs that distribute donated food through 50,000 charitable agencies to hungry Americans. Our network serves all 50 states and Puerto Rico. Last year, almost 1.8 billion pounds of food and grocery products were distributed, providing emergency food assistance to more than 23 million hungry Americans. Find your local food bank from this web site. Content Detail

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    America's Second Harvest
  • School Meals Program

    People often call the Child Nutrition Division to ask questions about how benefits are provided under the school meal programs or to find out what schools are required to do to receive reimbursement under these programs. Content Detail

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    Food and Nutrition Service
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