Resource | Grants
SNAP E&T Data and Technical Assistance (DATA) Grant Summaries 2021

On Aug. 4, 2021, USDA awarded approximately $3.6 million in Data and Technical Assistance (DATA) grants to five states.  These grants are intended to support the full range of needs state agencies may have related to the development, collection, reporting, analysis and use of SNAP E&T participant outcome data.

Resource | Grants
Non-Competitive Grant Opportunity for States Using Automated Income Data Sources for Income Verification

The Fiscal Year 2020 Appropriations bill provided FNS with $4 million for the purpose of evaluating state SNAP agencies’ usage of automated income data sources to verify income in determining household eligibility and benefit amounts. FNS will make available $2 million in FY 2020 and $2 million in FY 2021.

Resource | Posters
We Welcome SNAP EBT Customers - Poster

We Welcome SNAP EBT Customers - Poster (English) - FNS-132, Revised January 2019.

Resource | Posters
We Welcome SNAP EBT Customers Decal

We Welcome SNAP EBT Customers - Decal - FNS-132.

Resource | Posters
What You Can and Cannot Buy - Poster

Using SNAP Benefits - What You Can and Cannot Buy - Poster - FNS-110.

Resource | Posters
Report Abuse of SNAP - Poster

How to Report Abuse of SNAP - Poster - FNS-240, Revised January 2019.

 

Resource | Posters
EBT Do's and Don'ts Poster

EBT Do's and Don'ts for Cashiers and Penalties for Violation of SNAP - Poster - FNS-136, Revised January 2019.

Resource | Grants
FINI Grant Program

The Food Insecurity Nutrition Incentive (FINI) grant program was established by the 2014 Farm Bill  to incentivize the purchase of fruits and vegetables by SNAP clients. The FINI grant program is collaboratively administered by FNS and National Institute of Food and Agriculture.

Resource | Grants
USDA Rural Child Poverty Nutrition Center Grants 2016

The USDA Rural Child Poverty Nutrition Center at the University of Kentucky awarded $1.3 million in grants to help reduce child food insecurity by improving coordination among child nutrition programs in 17 rural communities. The funding, ranging from $50,000 to $100,000, will help these rural communities implement creative strategies to improve access to nutrition programs for families and children.