What is SNAP?

SNAP (formally known as Food Stamps) stands for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program and it offers nutrition assistance benefits to eligible individuals and families. These benefits are distributed onto an EBT card which is used to purchase food items like fruit, vegetables, meat, poultry, beans, bread, grains, and dairy products at grocery stores, convenience stores, farmers markets, and co-op food programs.  Additionally, it provides economic benefits to communities.

The Arkansas Foodbank SNAP Outreach team

The SNAP Outreach team works to increase participation in this important program by going to our agencies to help clients navigate the SNAP application, answer questions, and educate our communities on the benefits of the program.

How can I get help?

For more information on how your organization can host a SNAP sign up day contact:   Erica McFadden SNAP Coordinator 501-569-4311

Other Resources

Apply for SNAP with the Department of Human Services online here or download an application in English or in Spanish.

 

You can also visit the USDA page directly here to learn more.