P-EBT is delayed for many families! What’s happening with P-EBT? Where’s the money to feed the kids? Many low income families are struggling to feed their kids and want to know where their P-EBT benefits are. In this video, we’re going to discuss everything you need to know about the P-EBT program.
Got EBT? Get 50% off Amazon Prime!
Got EBT? Get 450+ Freebies & Deals!
Sign up for email updates:
Save Money & Get Free Stuff:
Didn’t get your stimulus payments? Check this out:
Do you know about these food stamps changes in 2021?
00:34 What is P-EBT?
01:09 Who is Eligible for P-EBT?
01:33 Do Homeschooled Kids Qualify for P-EBT?
02:15 Is P-EBT available in all states?
03:01 How is P-EBT calculated?
03:41 Does P-EBT include young children?
04:48 Why is it taking so long to get P-EBT?
08:01 How do I get P-EBT?
09:25 Will P-EBT become permanent?
Low Income Relief is a free information service that connects low income people across America with benefits, programs and resources in their local communities. Basically, we help millions of people save money and get free stuff every year!
What is happening with P-EBT?! Millions of families around the country are waiting for these critical funds to be disbursed, so we’ve been getting a lot of questions. In this video, we’re going to tell you 6 things you need to know about the P-EBT program – including why millions of low income children are still waiting on this money.
I’m Nicole from Low Income Relief, where we help millions of people save money and get free stuff.
There are 6 things you need to know about the P-EBT program. Let’s get started.
Pandemic EBT is available to families who would’ve received free or reduced price meals.
The Pandemic EBT program is not designed to help all students in a particular school. The program is specifically aimed at helping students who normally qualify for free or reduced price meals at school. Since many schools are closed, those meals are not available and families are struggling to afford the extra meals.
In order to be eligible for P-EBT funds, your child must meet two requirements:
Your child qualifies for and would have received free or reduced-price meals. Your child cannot receive free or reduced-price meals because the school is closed or has been operating with reduced attendance/hours for at least 5 consecutive days in the current school year.
Children who are homeschooled do not qualify for P-EBT because they would not be eating free or reduced-price meals at school. Unfortunately, this includes children who previously attended school but have started homeschooling as a result of the pandemic.
In many areas, schools provide free summer meals for all children age 18 and under. Participation in this program does not mean that you will be eligible for P-EBT. You must register and be approved for the National School Lunch Program and/or School Breakfast Program in order to be eligible for P-EBT.