Lower your grocery bill
When you’re working hard for every dollar, it can be difficult putting food on the table. So WorkMoney wants to share many ways–including federal programs–to help feed your family.
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Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
Also known as “food stamps,” SNAP provides assistance to help make groceries more affordable. If you qualify, you can opt to receive a debit-like card with a preloaded dollar amount every month that you can discreetly use at checkout. Any food item with a Nutritional Facts label on its packaging–the table showing calories and serving size–can be bought with a SNAP card.
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Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infant & Children (WIC)
To help with the special needs of pregnant women, new moms, infants and young children up to five years old, WIC provides:
- Nutritious foods, including cereal, produce and infant formula. (Eligible items may include a “WIC” stamp on its grocery shelf label.)
- Breastfeeding counseling and health/immunization screenings.
Similar to SNAP, you can receive a card to use at checkout for the qualifying items. And if you’re already enrolled in SNAP, you’re automatically eligible for WIC
Eligibility screener coming soon!