Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) provides nutritional resources to families who have lost access to free or reduced-price school meals due to school closures. Families will receive money on a new or existing EBT card to help fill the school meals gap.


State Specific P-EBT Information

Every state has a different plan to implement P-EBT. Check out our map and click on a state to get information about its P-EBT program.

FRAC P-EBT Resources

Simplifying Assumption Options for State Plans to Maximize P-EBT Benefits for Children Under 6 Guide
State Specific Case Studies: Arizona, D.C., Massachusetts, Rhode Island

P-EBT for Children Under 6 in Households Receiving SNAP – FAQ

FRAC Brief: Strategies to Ensure States Reach All Eligible Families with P-EBT

P-EBT Communications Toolkit (Updated January 2021)

FRAC’s Customizable P-EBT Outreach Materials

FRAC’s P-EBT Communications Resources Shared Drive (includes sample outreach materials)

FRAC’s Summary of P-EBT and Other Key Child Nutrition Provisions in Omnibus and Coronavirus Response Package

Pandemic EBT: A Critical Opportunity for States
This resource provides information on the program and highlights things states should consider when creating a plan.

Recordings of FRAC’s P-EBT Webinars

USDA Guidance on Pandemic EBT

Share your story

Have you received P-EBT? Please share what P-EBT has meant to you and your family over the past few months by completing this quick form. It can be a sentence—it can be a paragraph—we just want to hear from you

FRAC/CBPP P-EBT Documentation Project Shows how States Implemented a New Program to Provide Food Benefits to Up to 30 Million Low-Income School Children

Click here to view FRAC and CBPP’s latest report, along with 52 state profiles that document state implementation of P-EBT across issues.