A group of people and selected Americans in the country will receive an amount of up to $4,300 as part of a program to fight financial insecurity.
‘In Her Hands’ Program
Americans across the country are waiting for financial assistance to fight the effects of the increasing inflation rate and financial insecurity. Most of the affected groups of people are minority groups, specifically the Black Americans. This is the reason why a program was created to help Black women in the country.
In a published article in AS DIARIO, the Clay-Randolph-Terrell county cluster in rural southwest Georgia and then another cohort in the City of College Park has a program called ‘In Her Hands’. This is to provide $20,000 during a two-year period to around 650 eligible women.
According to an article published in FOX5ATLANTA, the same program that targeted Black women are the residents in the Vine City and English Avenue neighborhoods. The date of application has not yet been announced but the distribution will begin in April 2024.
Furthermore, 650 current participants receive an average of $850 per month for 24 months, while the other half first gets a lump-sum payment of $4,300 and then $700 per month for 23 months.