Senior SNAP Outreach Materials
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For Older Adults and Caregivers

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Senior SNAP Enrollment Initiative

This national program supports the efforts of community-based organizations to help older adults enroll in SNAP.

Senior SNAP Outreach Materials


Millions of low-income older Americans are missing out on benefits from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) that could help them eat better.

Use the materials below to reach older adults in your community and encourage them to apply for SNAP!

Customizable Print Materials

Distribute these materials in places where older adults gather, shop, learn, work, and access other services.

Follow these instructions to customize the flyer, poster, and placemat with information about SNAP in your state.  


Download and print this brochure to educate seniors about what SNAP is, how it will benefit them, and how to apply.

Online Badges

Place these online badges on your website to help seniors find out if they qualify for SNAP and get their state application.


Distribute this infographic to help us dispel common myths that discourage older adults from applying for SNAP.

Social Media Images

Share our social media images with real stories of seniors who have benefited from SNAP, and tell your story using the hashtag #getSNAP.

Sample Messages for Social Media & Newsletters

Spread the word about the benefits of SNAP for seniors with these sample messages for Facebook, Twitter, and newsletters.

Marketing Tips

Get tips on how to get the word out about BenefitsCheckUp®, a free online tool that screens seniors for SNAP and helps them apply. 


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Find Food Programs

SNAP can help you stretch your food budget. See if you're elgible and get your state's application.

Eating right, on a budget

Watch videos on how to get help paying for food, shop smart, and make comfort foods healthier.