Payments from Inland SoCal United Way will be distributed in early 2024.
Inland SoCal United Way’s Program
Inland SoCal United Way, a nonprofit in California’s inland southern region, will distribute $10 million to new mothers and former foster children. The program by Inland SoCal United Way is a guaranteed income pilot, with monthly payments of up to $750 for 18 months.
Eligibility for the Inland SoCal United Way’s program includes 500 pregnant women in their first six months, living in Riverside County, receiving $600 monthly, and 120 former foster youth in Riverside or San Bernardino counties, receiving $750 monthly. The program by the Inland SoCal United Way aims to disrupt inequity and has a randomized selection of participants.
According to a published article by The US Sun, payments distributed by the Inland SoCal United Way will start in early 2024, and eligibility requirements include age and income restrictions.
The program by the Inland SoCal United Way is part of the growing trend of guaranteed income programs to address income inequality.
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