Fresh EBT helps Americans stretch their benefits to provide an extra 3 million meals every month

What is Fresh EBT?

Fresh EBT is a free financial management tool for EBT cardholders that allows them to instantly check their EBT balance, connect to local food pantries and national non-profits, and save money on food.

Fresh EBT is available in all 50 states and is currently used by over over 1 million people every month.

ShapeCreated with Sketch.Instant SNAP & Cash assistance balance
ShapeCreated with Sketch.Map with EBT authorized stores and farmers markets, and local food pantries
ShapeCreated with Sketch.Budgeting and planning tools
ShapeCreated with Sketch.Program information & resources from local non-profits
I love it. It is a all in 1 balance, planner, prep, it helps you learn and utilize your EBT Benefits the best healthiest way with your budget… I’d be lost without it.
Melissa V. from Iowa
1,100,000+
Americans use Fresh EBT each month to budget and track their spending
80,000+
Views each month on our Additional Resources page
100,000+
People access affordable, healthy recipes each month
160
Fresh EBT users who didn't qualify for Medicaid were enrolled in marketplace healthcare through a partnership with HealthSherpa

Ways to work with Fresh EBT

Fresh EBT partners with organizations to provide relevant content and resources to our users.

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Email us at info@joinpropel.com

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About Propel

Fresh EBT is built by Propel, a social enterprise based in Brooklyn, NY. Our team includes social workers and people who have personally received SNAP benefits. Fresh EBT is free to EBT cardholders. Our mission is to connect users to relevant tools, tips and services through an outreach platform. All partners, for-profit and not-for profit are screened to ensure they offer a high-quality, dignified, relevant experience and services.

Propel is funded by a blend of mission-oriented investors and nonprofits. Propel’s supporters include the Robin Hood Foundation, the Center for Financial Services Innovation, Andreessen Horowitz, the Omidyar Network, Kevin Durant, and Nas. Propel has been featured in the New York Times, Wired Magazine, and PBS.