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Advocacy & Policy Updates

In this week's Advocacy and Policy Updates we have how to access the P-EBT Parent Portal on your mobile device, information about the Ridge/Tioga District County Assistance Office (CAO) closure and which CAO people have been re-assigned to in that district, and a warning about a potential SNAP text messaging scam.

Advocacy & Policy Updates

In this week's Advocacy and Policy Updates we have all you need to know about how to vote on Nov. 8th, the SNAP Emergency Allotments distribution calendar for November, how to easily claim the Child Tax Credit, Earned Income Tax Credit or any missing portion of the third stimulus payment, and how to apply for LIHEAP (Low-Income Home Energy Program) now that the application is open. 


Election Day

Advocacy and Policy Updates

In this week's Advocacy and Policy Updates we have information about the extension of the Public Health Emergency and Emergency Allotments, as well as the new, increased SNAP Income Guidelines, and information on how to make sure you are ready to vote in the upcoming Nov. 8th election. 


Public Health Emergency and Emergency Allotments Extended

Advocacy and Policy Updates

In this week's Advocacy and Policy Updates we have information about the new increased SNAP Income Guidelines, as well as the increased SNAP maximum benefits, when to expect to receive your SNAP Emergency Allotment this month, which children ages 0-5 will get retroactive P-EBT benefits for the 2021-2022 school year, and information on how to make sure you are ready to vote in the upcoming Nov. 8th election. 

Hunger Fighter Feature: How Grace Marable and the Bethel Presbyterian Church Work to End Hunger

Grace Marable, Missions Coordinator at Bethel Presbyterian Church and Coalition Against Hunger Board Member, became involved in the anti-hunger movement in 2011 when she was handed the Bethel Presbyterian food program. Read below to find out what she and Bethel Presbyterian Church are doing to fight food insecurity in their North Philadelphia community.

 

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