80,000 children in Delaware are expected to take advantage of the federal allocations for food.

Delaware part of national pilot of summer food stamps program

Jarek RutzGovernment, Headlines

About 80,000 Delaware children are eligible to receive $120 extra in federal food benefits this summer to replace free lunches at school. Students who will get the benefit must come from families who are already qualified for the benefits, or meet income guidelines and qualify before summer.  The state’s cost for the program will be about $1.5 million to administer, …