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Illinois and the USDA Enable Safe, Online Food Access for SNAP Beneficiaries

People with Disabilities in Illinois Now Can Avoid COVID-19 by Getting Groceries Delivered

Illinois state flag. Text: Online SNAP in IllinoisSpringfield, Illinois, June 10 – As the summer begins and the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the disability nonprofit RespectAbility congratulates the leaders of Illinois for enabling people with disabilities who rely on SNAP to avoid the high risk of shopping for food in person.

Last week, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced that beneficiaries in Illinois and 12 other states now could use their Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits to order groceries online. This is a significant expansion of a pilot program that, before COVID-19, only covered six states. This means that, according to the USDA, 90 percent of SNAP participants now have the option to safely order groceries through Amazon or Walmart.

“This is potentially lifesaving news for the approximately 518,000 people from Illinois with disabilities who depend on food stamps to put food on the table,” said Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi, President and CEO of RespectAbility. “We are grateful that Gov. J.B. Pritzker and the state of Illinois are committed to supporting the disability community.” [continue reading…]

Indiana and the USDA Enable Safe, Online Food Access for SNAP Beneficiaries

People with Disabilities in Indiana Now Can Avoid COVID-19 by Getting Groceries Delivered

Indiana state flag. Text: Online SNAP in IndianaIndianapolis, Indiana, June 10 – As the summer begins and the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the disability nonprofit RespectAbility congratulates the leaders of Indiana for enabling people with disabilities who rely on SNAP to avoid the high risk of shopping for food in person.

Last week, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced that beneficiaries in Indiana and 12 other states now could use their Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits to order groceries online. This is a significant expansion of a pilot program that, before COVID-19, only covered six states. This means that, according to the USDA, 90 percent of SNAP participants now have the option to safely order groceries through Amazon or Walmart.

“This is potentially lifesaving news for the approximately 175,000 Hoosiers with disabilities who depend on food stamps to put food on the table,” said Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi, President and CEO of RespectAbility. “We are grateful that Gov. Eric Holcomb and the state of Indiana are committed to supporting the disability community.” [continue reading…]

Maryland and the USDA Enable Safe, Online Food Access for SNAP Beneficiaries

People with Disabilities in Maryland Now Can Avoid COVID-19 by Getting Groceries Delivered

Maryland state flag. Text: Online SNAP in MarylandAnnapolis, Maryland, June 10 – As the summer begins and the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the disability nonprofit RespectAbility congratulates the leaders of Maryland for enabling people with disabilities who rely on SNAP to avoid the high risk of shopping for food in person.

Recently, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced that beneficiaries in Maryland and 12 other states now could use their Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits to order groceries online. This is a significant expansion of a pilot program that, before COVID-19, only covered six states. This means that, according to the USDA, 90 percent of SNAP participants now have the option to safely order groceries through Amazon or Walmart.

“This is potentially lifesaving news for the approximately 183,000 Marylanders with disabilities who depend on food stamps to put food on the table,” said Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi, President and CEO of RespectAbility. “We are grateful that Gov. Larry Hogan and the state of Maryland are committed to supporting the disability community.” [continue reading…]

Massachusetts and the USDA Enable Safe, Online Food Access for SNAP Beneficiaries

People with Disabilities in Massachusetts Now Can Avoid COVID-19 by Getting Groceries Delivered

Massachusetts state flag. Text: Online SNAP in MassachusettsBoston, Massachusetts, June 10 – As the summer begins and the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the disability nonprofit RespectAbility congratulates the leaders of Massachusetts for enabling people with disabilities who rely on SNAP to avoid the high risk of shopping for food in person.

Recently, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced that beneficiaries in Massachusetts and 12 other states now could use their Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits to order groceries online. This is a significant expansion of a pilot program that, before COVID-19, only covered six states. This means that, according to the USDA, 90 percent of SNAP participants now have the option to safely order groceries through Amazon or Walmart.

“This is potentially lifesaving news for the approximately 215,000 Massachusetts residents with disabilities who depend on food stamps to put food on the table,” said Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi, President and CEO of RespectAbility. “We are grateful that Gov. Charlie Baker and the state of Massachusetts are committed to supporting the disability community.” [continue reading…]

Michigan and the USDA Enable Safe, Online Food Access for SNAP Beneficiaries

People with Disabilities in Michigan Now Can Avoid COVID-19 by Getting Groceries Delivered

Michigan state flag. Text: Online SNAP in MichiganLansing, Michigan, June 10 – As the summer begins and the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the disability nonprofit RespectAbility congratulates the leaders of Michigan for enabling people with disabilities who rely on SNAP to avoid the high risk of shopping for food in person.

Recently, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced that beneficiaries in Michigan and 12 other states now could use their Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits to order groceries online. This is a significant expansion of a pilot program that, before COVID-19, only covered six states. This means that, according to the USDA, 90 percent of SNAP participants now have the option to safely order groceries through Amazon or Walmart.

“This is potentially lifesaving news for the approximately 365,000 Michiganders with disabilities who depend on food stamps to put food on the table,” said Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi, President and CEO of RespectAbility. “We are grateful that Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and the state of Michigan are committed to supporting the disability community.” [continue reading…]

New Jersey and the USDA Enable Safe, Online Food Access for SNAP Beneficiaries

People with Disabilities in New Jersey Now Can Avoid COVID-19 by Getting Groceries Delivered

New Jersey state flag. Text: Online SNAP in New JerseyTrenton, New Jersey, June 10 – As the summer begins and the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the disability nonprofit RespectAbility congratulates the leaders of New Jersey for enabling people with disabilities who rely on SNAP to avoid the high risk of shopping for food in person.

Recently, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced that beneficiaries in New Jersey and 12 other states now could use their Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits to order groceries online. This is a significant expansion of a pilot program that, before COVID-19, only covered six states. This means that, according to the USDA, 90 percent of SNAP participants now have the option to safely order groceries through Amazon or Walmart.

“This is potentially lifesaving news for the approximately 216,000 New Jerseyans with disabilities who depend on food stamps to put food on the table,” said Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi, President and CEO of RespectAbility. “We are grateful that Gov. Phil Murphy and the state of New Jersey are committed to supporting the disability community.” [continue reading…]

Ohio and the USDA Enable Safe, Online Food Access for SNAP Beneficiaries

People with Disabilities in Ohio Now Can Avoid COVID-19 by Getting Groceries Delivered

Ohio state flag. Text: Online SNAP in OhioColumbus, Ohio, June 10 – As the summer begins and the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the disability nonprofit RespectAbility congratulates the leaders of Ohio for enabling people with disabilities who rely on SNAP to avoid the high risk of shopping for food in person.

Recently, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced that beneficiaries in Ohio and 12 other states now could use their Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits to order groceries online. This is a significant expansion of a pilot program that, before COVID-19, only covered six states. This means that, according to the USDA, 90 percent of SNAP participants now have the option to safely order groceries through Amazon or Walmart.

“This is potentially lifesaving news for the approximately 401,000 Ohioans with disabilities who depend on food stamps to put food on the table,” said Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi, President and CEO of RespectAbility. “We are grateful that Gov. Mike DeWine and the state of Ohio are committed to supporting the disability community.” [continue reading…]

Oklahoma and the USDA Enable Safe, Online Food Access for SNAP Beneficiaries

People with Disabilities in Oklahoma Now Can Avoid COVID-19 by Getting Groceries Delivered

Oklahoma state flag. Text: Online SNAP in OklahomaOklahoma City, Oklahoma, June 10 – As the summer begins and the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the disability nonprofit RespectAbility congratulates the leaders of Oklahoma for enabling people with disabilities who rely on SNAP to avoid the high risk of shopping for food in person.

Recently, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced that beneficiaries in Oklahoma and 12 other states now could use their Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits to order groceries online. This is a significant expansion of a pilot program that, before COVID-19, only covered six states. This means that, according to the USDA, 90 percent of SNAP participants now have the option to safely order groceries through Amazon or Walmart.

“This is potentially lifesaving news for the approximately 1,000 Oklahomans with disabilities who depend on food stamps to put food on the table,” said Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi, President and CEO of RespectAbility. “We are grateful that Gov. Kevin Stitt and the state of Oklahoma are committed to supporting the disability community.” [continue reading…]

Pennsylvania and the USDA Enable Safe, Online Food Access for SNAP Beneficiaries

People with Disabilities in Pennsylvania Now Can Avoid COVID-19 by Getting Groceries Delivered

Pennsylvania state flag. Text: Online SNAP in PennsylvaniaHarrisburg, Pennsylvania, June 10 – As the summer begins and the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the disability nonprofit RespectAbility congratulates the leaders of Pennsylvania for enabling people with disabilities who rely on SNAP to avoid the high risk of shopping for food in person.

Recently, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced that beneficiaries in Pennsylvania and 12 other states now could use their Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits to order groceries online. This is a significant expansion of a pilot program that, before COVID-19, only covered six states. This means that, according to the USDA, 90 percent of SNAP participants now have the option to safely order groceries through Amazon or Walmart.

“This is potentially lifesaving news for the approximately 511,000 Pennsylvanians with disabilities who depend on food stamps to put food on the table,” said Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi, President and CEO of RespectAbility. “We are grateful that Gov. Tom Wolf and the state of Pennsylvania are committed to supporting the disability community.” [continue reading…]

Tennessee and the USDA Enable Safe, Online Food Access for SNAP Beneficiaries

People with Disabilities in Tennessee Now Can Avoid COVID-19 by Getting Groceries Delivered

Tennessee state flag. Text: Online SNAP in TennesseeNashville, Tennessee, June 10 – As the summer begins and the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the disability nonprofit RespectAbility congratulates the leaders of Tennessee for enabling people with disabilities who rely on SNAP to avoid the high risk of shopping for food in person.

Recently, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced that beneficiaries in Tennessee and 12 other states now could use their Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits to order groceries online. This is a significant expansion of a pilot program that, before COVID-19, only covered six states. This means that, according to the USDA, 90 percent of SNAP participants now have the option to safely order groceries through Amazon or Walmart.

“This is potentially lifesaving news for the approximately 278,000 Tennesseeans with disabilities who depend on food stamps to put food on the table,” said Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi, President and CEO of RespectAbility. “We are grateful that Gov. Bill Lee and the state of Tennessee are committed to supporting the disability community.” [continue reading…]

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