EBT Card to Culture Program

Did you know that your EBT card can be used to access membership and programs at the Hitchcock Center? We are happy to extend EBT cardholders the following benefits:

Membership

The Hitchcock Center is excited to welcome EBT cardholders as complimentary family or individual members. Please send us an email with your name, address, phone, email, and the first 6 digits of your EBT card to request this membership (fillable PDF for online submission coming soon).

Community Programs

All Community Programs are free to you and your family with EBT cardholder membership. Advanced registration requested. (Please call or email the Hitchcock Center to register for membership and receive your discount code.)

Children and Family Programs

With an EBT cardholder membership, you have access to our Children, Youth and Family programs at the member rate. Please sign up for membership (above) and then proceed to program registration.

Financial Aid

The Hitchcock Center offers financial aid for our summer camp and homeschool programs to families in need of assistance. Financial aid awards vary and are subject to availability. Please fill out a financial aid application form for homeschool or summer camp to apply.

It’s simple to use your card! 

Register on online and please have your EBT card available. If you have any problems, please don’t hesitate to give us a call.

What is an EBT card?

With an Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) Card families can access Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Benefits, Transitional Aid to Families with Dependent Children (TAFDC), and Emergency Aid to the Elderly, Disabled, and Children (EAEDC) (also known as cash benefits).

What is the EBT Card to Culture Program?

The Hitchcock Center is pleased to be participating in the EBT Card to Culture Program, a partnership between the MA Executive Office of Health and Human Services and the MA Department of Transitional Assistance and the Massachusetts Cultural Council. The program seeks to ensure the State’s cultural and educational experiences are accessible to low-income residents.

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