Basic Food is Washington’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
Basic Food provides monthly benefits to supplement grocery money while promoting healthy eating and reducing food insecurity. Benefits are automatically loaded onto an electronic benefits transfer (EBT) card bi-monthly. EBT cards can be used to buy food at participating grocery stores. Each year the Basic Food program is allotted a certain amount of money based on the number of eligible households, so the program is accessible to everyone who qualifies.
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Our Basic Food Program
United General District 304 has coordinators qualified to pre-screen applicants as well as assist clients with their application process. We participate in community events and provide free education and information throughout Skagit County. Basic Food Program education and assistance are one of the many ways that United General District 304 helps community members access the nutrition, education, and support that is available to them.
Would you like more information or assistance with your application? Complete this form or call (866) 930-4304 and select option 2.