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Indiana SUN Meals - Summer EBT

Many children lose free and reduced-price meals during the summer and their caregivers may need help putting meals on the table.
Funded by USDA and the State of Indiana, Indiana SUN Meals is a new and permanent benefit program that provides families $120 per eligible
school-aged child to buy groceries while school is out for the summer. Student eligibility information will be collected from the National School
Lunch Program (NSLP) operating schools through Data Exchange (DEX.)

Check with the school to make sure your address is correct.
If your child is receiving free and reduced benefits for the 2023-2024 school year you are automatically
eligible. If your child is not receiving free and reduced benefits and you believe your household income
meets the requirements, you may apply online.

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