The Safety Net Project of Harvard Law School's Legal Services Center is pleased to partner with the Kirstein Business Library & Innovation Center for this series of financial empowerment sessions about the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP.
Many folks are eligible for SNAP assistance but do not realize it, including veterans, military families, college students and single adults. SNAP monthly amounts have been expanded in response to the pandemic, and figuring out how much you are eligible for is easy. Applying is straightforward and can be done online – in a “SNAP”!
Attend one of our overview seminars and sign up for 1-on-1 help for yourself or for others you know who could benefit from $294+ per month toward food purchases.
More information at https://www.legalservicescenter.org/snap-series/
This webinar will be presented on Zoom. Registrants may phone in, if preferred.
Located in the Jamaica Plain neighborhood of the City of Boston, The Legal Services Center is a community-based public interest law firm affiliated with Harvard Law School’s clinical program. Through seven separate practice areas – Safety Net Project, Veterans Legal Clinic, Federal Tax Clinic, Family Law Clinic, Predatory Lending/Consumer Protection Clinic, LGBTQ+ Clinic, and Housing Clinic – we provide essential civil legal services to low- and moderate-income residents in Greater Boston and in some instances, where cases present important law reform opportunities, to clients outside of our service area.