Residents of the state of Georgia in the United States of America receive monthly financial assistance through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). This state will finalize the distribution of aid for the month of July on Sunday 23rd. Each month, between the 5th and the 23rd, Georgia distributes the SNAP government grant to beneficiaries.
Residents have a specific day to enter their finances based on the last two digits on the SNAP card.
For example, people whose cards end in 00 through 09 will reach help on the 5th of each month. Citizens who have a document with numbers from 10 to 19 claim their benefits on the 7th.
Beneficiaries with cards that have the last digits 20 through 29 on them will receive SNAP earnings on Day 9. Users who have 30-39 ending numbers in their records have 11 days to benefit from SNAP.
The SNAP program does not cover processed foods
Georgians with codes on their card ending between 40 and 49 will be able to buy groceries on the 13th. SNAP families with document holders ending between the ages of 50 and 59 will purchase groceries from the program on the 15th.
SNAP customers in Georgia who have a card ending in 60 through 69 will receive their monthly benefit on the 17th. Consumers with ending numbers in their documents 70 through 79 will be able to access help on the 19th.
Likewise, caregivers with cards ending between 80 and 89 are eligible for assistance on the 21st of each month.
Finally, the last ones to receive the bonus are the cardholders who close between 90 and 99 and receive it on the 23rd. The cards are not valid for the purchase of processed food in shops and restaurants.