The New Hampshire Food Bank has been awarded the state contract for implementing the NH SNAP Outreach Plan. The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, also known as SNAP, provides nutrition benefits to eligible low-income individuals and families so they can purchase healthy food and move towards self-sufficiency. As the NH Food Bank continues to offer SNAP Outreach and Application Assistance, they are looking to identify partners that can support the work within their own communities. If you are a community-based human or social service agency or provider* in NH that would benefit from learning about this critical food access resource, SNAP, please sign up using this form

Please fill out the form in its entirety in order to best identify the efficacy of a potential partnership.

*Agencies and providers that fall into the following categories are highly encouraged to fill out the form:

  • New Hampshire Food Bank partner agency
  • Health care providers
  • Community health centers or health care clinics
  • Community Action Program (CAP) agencies
  • Meals on Wheels programs
  • Family Resource Centers
  • Housing authorities
  • Homeless service providers
  • Veteran service providers
  • Food pantries
  • Soup kitchens
  • Senior centers

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