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The National School Lunch Program (NSLP) and the School Breakfast Program (SBP) are federally-assisted meal programs operating in public and nonprofit private schools and residential child care institutions. These programs provide nutritionally balanced, low-cost and free breakfast and lunches. Schools and child care centers may also provide other nutrition programs, such as after-school snacks.
Eligibility: -Children at participating schools whose families have incomes at or below 300% of the federal poverty level (FPL) qualify for free meals.
-Children at participating schools may qualify for reduced meals dependent upon family size and household income.
Hours: Varies, contact child's school for more information
Pandemic EBT is nutrition assistance (monetary funds) through an P-EBT card that can be used to purchase groceries for families with children who qualify for free or reduced school meals when school is out due to covid-19.
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Eligibility: There is no application. Children are eligible for Summer 2022 P-EBT if they:
•Were eligible to receive free or reduced-price National School Lunch Program meals during school year 2021-2022 or attended a Community Eligibility Provision school.
•Were under the age of 6 and enrolled in SNAP during the summer 2022 months.

Between March and May 2023, each eligible child will receive two pieces of mail addressed to them:
•A letter notifying them they are eligible to receive P-EBT benefits.
•A separate envelope with their P-EBT card that has $391 of food benefits on it.
Households with multiple eligible children will receive individual letters and cards for each eligible child. Households will start receiving notification letters at the end of March and P-EBT cards will begin arriving in April.

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