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Update: $500 stimulus check guaranteed income program to be received in three days.

Exciting News: $500 Payments Coming to El Monte, California!

In just three days, an incredible guaranteed income program will kick off, sending $500 payments to recipients in El Monte, California, every month. This initiative aims to provide much-needed financial support to the community.

Convenient Debit Card Payments

Recipients of this program will receive their payments on a debit card at the beginning of each month. These cards were distributed during an engaging in-person presentation at El Monte City Hall, where participants learned all about the program and how to make the most of their cards.

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While payments are typically issued on the first of the month, there’s a special arrangement for months that start on a Saturday or Sunday. In those cases, the monthly payment will be issued on the Friday before. That’s why, even though the program officially starts in July, the first payment will be sent on June 30, as confirmed by the city’s community and economic development director in an interview with the Washington Examiner.

This incredible program will run for a year, providing recipients with a total of 12 payments. The final payment will be issued on May 31, 2024, ensuring long-term support for the community.

The primary focus of this program is to assist mothers in El Monte, a vibrant city with a population of over 100,000 people. By providing financial relief, this initiative aims to alleviate some of the challenges faced by these hardworking individuals.

Applications for this program opened on March 27 and remained open for nearly three weeks, closing on April 15. The selection process was completed by April 26, and the deserving recipients were chosen to benefit from this guaranteed income program.

To be eligible for this life-changing opportunity, applicants had to meet specific criteria. They needed to be single female heads of households residing in El Monte, with no spouse or partner in the house. Additionally, they had to have children under the age of 17, income at or below the federal poverty line, demonstrate a need for financial assistance due to the coronavirus pandemic, and provide supporting documents such as proof of school enrollment, residency, income, and a government-issued identification card.

If you’d like to learn more about this incredible program, visit El Monte’s website for additional information and resources.

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