If you've been wondering how you'll be able to save enough for college, a 529 plan is your answer. Paperless setup. Automated contributions.
the state’s largest student financial aid program, is designed to help qualified Missouri residents attend colleges and universities throughout Missouri.
is designed to provide access for needy Indiana students to attend eligible postsecondary institutions on a “need-based” basis.
provides monthly cash benefits to eligible low income Alabamians to help them buy the food they need for good health.
one of the Alabama Student Aid Programs that awards eligible Alabama state residents to study at an independent college or university in Alabama.
provides temporary financial assistance for needy families with children whose income must meet the eligibility thresholds.
is built around one central idea, employees who lose their job, through no fault of their own, deserves financial help.
provides need-based financial assistance to eligible Alaska students attending qualifying postsecondary institutions in Alaska.
provides an opportunity for Alaska high school students to earn a scholarship to help cover the cost of postsecondary education in Alaska.
Alaska SNAP is a 100% federally funded program that provides food assistance to very low income people and families in Alaska.
provides temporary cash assistance and work-readiness services to low-income families with children in Alaska.
helps low-income families buy healthy food. The amount of which depends on household size and income.
provides temporary cash assistance and supportive services to to the neediest of Arizona’s children and their families.
Arkansas Future Grant (ArFuture) is the newest state grant program for non-traditional students enrolled in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) fields or any high-demand areas of study.
GO! Grant provides $1000 grants to full-time and $500 grants to part-time students based on financial need.
issues monthly electronic benefits for eligible families in Arkansas which can be used in place of cash to buy food.
a time-limited welfare program to help needy families in Arkansas become more responsible for their own support.
an incentive program that encourages former TEA recipients to remain employed by providing supplemental income payments.
provides need-based awards up to $2,500 per academic year to Arizona resident students who meet the eligibility criteria.
an entitlement program that provides monthly benefits to low-income households to buy the food they need to maintain adequate nutritional levels.
the nation’s largest state-funded college aid program, is a need-based grant that have helped many low-income Californians fund their college education.
a California’s welfare program that provides temporary cash assistance to eligible needy families with children.
a cash-back tax credit that puts money back into the pockets of California’s working families and individuals with annual earnings under $30,000.
Under California’s Paid Family Leave, eligible employees may take up to eight (8) weeks of paid leave to be with their families.
an assistance program for American Indians and Alaska Natives which provides cash aid and supportive services to eligible needy children and families.
In California, employees who are temporarily out of work through no fault of their own may qualify to collect unemployment benefits.
One of the most important decisions you will ever make as a parent or guardian is choosing quality child care. And that doesn't come cheap.
For those above the Medicaid limit, CHIP comes in to bridge the gap to cover children in families that earn ‘too much’ to qualify for Medicaid.
The Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) provides health coverage to eligible children, through both Medicaid and separate CHIP programs.
Single motherhood is more common than ever. This guide has everything you need to know about raising healthy, happy kids on your own.