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Apply for Pandemic EBT -- Food Stamps for School Kids
Author: Minnesota Department of Human Services

Apply starting noon on June 8. This program, called P-EBT, is for students who are normally able to get free or reduced price school meals. Apply and get up to $325 per child to spend on groceries.

Children may continue to receive "grab n go" meals or emergency food at COVID-19 emergency feeding sites offered by schools and community locations, even if they are receiving P-EBT benefits.

Minnesota Emergency Food Support information
Author: Minnesota Department of Human Services

COVID-19 emergency food support information for the state of Minnesota. Changes have been made so it is easier to get and use food assistance like SNAP and WIC. Find applications for these programs and links to food pantries. Food pantries are open to all without regard to immigration status or income.  

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