Fair Food Program

 

 The Fair Food Program is a Food Security Project of
AdkAction that makes local food accessible to families and fair for farmers.

 

The option to purchase fully subsidized, local, farm-fresh food is part of AdkAction’s updated Fair Food Program. The program provides pre-funded credit cards, called Fair Food Cards, to qualifying households in the Adirondack Region to help improve access to locally-sourced goods. You do not have to be on SNAP to be eligible for Fair Food. Eligibility thresholds are based on the United Way’s ALICE Project and are as follows:

 

Single Adult: $22,944

Two Adults: $40,548

Single Adult, One or more children in childcare: $46,414

Single Adult, One or more school-aged children: $39,203

Two Adults, Two or more school-aged children: $64,330

Two Adults, One or more child in childcare and one or more school-aged children: $63,072

Two Adults, Two or more children in childcare: $78,752

Single Senior: $30,408

Two Seniors: $45,852

 

Additional adult in the household: add $14,356

To learn more about how you may qualify for the Fair Food Program, please click here.