Update as of 10/25/2022
USDA is pleased to announce that 14 non-profit organizations and one tribal entity have been awarded grant funding to administer the FFWR program. To see a complete list of the organizations, including their contact information and service areas, please visit the awarded grants page.
Actualización de 25/10/2022
El Departamento de Agricultura de EEUU (USDA por sus siglas en inglés) se complace en anunciar que 14 organizaciones sin fines de lucro y una entidad tribal han recibido fondos de subvención para administrar el programa FFWR. Para ver una lista completa de las organizaciones, incluida su información de contacto y áreas de servicio, haga clic en la pestaña a la izquierda de esta página, etiquetada: "FFWR Awarded Grants."
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Farm and Food Worker Relief (FFWR) Grant Program awarded approximately $667 million in grants to fourteen nonprofit organizations and one Tribal entity through Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 funds. The full list of awarded grant recipients is published on the FFWR description of funded projects.
The purpose of this program is to defray worker expenses incurred preparing for, preventing exposure to, and responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. Workers may only receive one $600 payment per person, and they must have worked in the U.S. during the pandemic.
Interactive maps that provide contact information and worker application information can be found on the FFWR Awarded Grants | Agricultural Marketing Service (usda.gov) webpage.
- For more information, you may also contact us at FFWRGrants@usda.gov
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