Summer EBT Can Help With Food When School is Out

Summer EBT (Electronic Benefit Transfer) is an income-based program that helps families buy food for their children while school is out. Wisconsin will send $120 for each child who qualifies. You can use these benefits anywhere that FoodShare benefits are accepted, like most grocery stores, many convenience stores, and some farmer’s markets.

Watch your mail towards the end of June! If your family qualifies, you’ll get a letter about your child’s benefits.

Getting Summer EBT will not affect your child’s or family’s immigration status.

Use the link below for more informaton.

EBT Information in English

EBT Information in Spanish