Food Bank for the Heartland’s SNAP Outreach team helps families and individuals navigate the application process, understand program benefits, and access additional community resources. As an equal-opportunity provider, our team helped submit 8,645 applications in Nebraska and 12,149 applications in Iowa in FY 2022. Our SNAP Outreach team can help families and individuals apply over the phone in as little as 15 minutes.
How to apply for SNAP
Our SNAP Outreach team can help you navigate the application process and understand program benefits. Call them today to get started.
The numbers above are your best resources to learn about—and apply for—SNAP and other community benefits. Nebraska residents may also click here to apply for SNAP benefits online. Iowa residents can click here to apply for SNAP benefits online and click here to download the Iowa DHS Financial Support Application.
SNAP/Food Resources Contact Form
If you prefer, you can fill out the form below and a member of our SNAP Outreach team will contact you to answer questions and see if you qualify for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits. Any information you provide is completely confidential and will not be shared outside our team.
If you are not a resident of Nebraska or Iowa, visit Feeding America to find SNAP and food resources near you.
SNAP contact form – GET SNAP page for NE SNAP grant 2023-2024
Call our SNAP/Food Resource Hotline
Food Bank for the Heartland’s SNAP Outreach team can help you find a pantry, walk you through the SNAP (formerly Food Stamps) application process, and access additional community resources. Se habla Español.
Double Up Food Bucks
Double Up Food Bucks is a public-private partnership that gives SNAP recipients bonus dollars to use when they purchase fruits and vegetables from local farmers and retailers—an initiative that benefits our communities, our farmers and the health of our citizens.
SNap in the news
Cindy Doerr, Food Bank for the Heartland’s Nebraska SNAP Manager, talks to KBEAR Country radio about the SNAP Program and how Nebraskans can access community resources.