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.

P-EBT FAQ

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.

National Anti-Hunger Policy Conference 2021

This year, the National Anti-Hunger Policy Conference is going virtual to allow thousands of anti-hunger advocates from all across the country to safely and conveniently attend from home. You will hear from officials from the Biden-Harris Administration and the new Congress and capture the energy and networking opportunities that are the hallmark of this annual conference.

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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.