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Upcoming SNAP Assistance Opportunities – Illinois

Need SNAP Application Assistance?

Our Illinois Agency Relations Coordinator, Melanie, will be available at several locations in throughout the month of July to assist with SNAP applications for Illinois residents. Melanie will be able to answer questions about SNAP, pre-screen applicants, and evaluate current SNAP benefits for those already receiving SNAP.

 

Dates and Times for SNAP Assistance:

Wednesday, 7/11/18 – 1pm-3pm

East St. Louis Township

6755 State St., East St. Louis, 62203

 

Saturday, 7/14/18 – 10am -1pm

Cahokia Community Day

2007 Camp Jackson Rd., Cahokia IL 62206

 

Friday, 7/20/18 – 3pm-7pm

Caseyville Community Center

909 S Main Street Caseyville, IL

 

Saturday, 7/21/18 – 10am-1pm

Hartford Assembly of God | Community Resource3 Fair

105 East Watkins, Hartford IL 62048

 

Tuesday, 7/24/18 – 9am-11am

Collinsville Food Pantry

201 E. Church St., Collinsville, 62234

 

Wednesday, 7/25/18 – 1pm-3pm

East St. Louis Township

6755 State St., East St. Louis, 62203

 

Thursday, 7/26/18 – Noon-2pm

City Temple Food Pantry

4751 Maryville Rd. Granite City, IL 62040

 

Friday, 7/27/18 – 9:30am-11:30am

Hope Food Pantry

9274 Coach Stop Road

 

Saturday, 7/28/18 – 10am – 1pm

Jackie Joyner Kersee Community Center

Argonne Drive, East St. Louis IL 62204

More About SNAP

When we hit tough times many of us are lucky enough to have parents, siblings, friends and neighbors who can help us through; and many of us have done that for others, giving of ourselves to help friends and neighbors in need.

For some, that support doesn’t always exist, so as a nation we have created a way to ensure no one in America has to be severely hungry and undernourished. Maybe you lost a job, got sick, or need to care for your family. Everybody needs a helping hand sometimes.

We all pay taxes and receive different types of benefits, like unemployment benefits, Social Security, or a mortgage interest deduction. Food stamps are one way to get supplemental money to buy food until you can get back on your feet.

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