TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – Florida will provide up to 60,000 families paying as little as $450 per child to help pay for food, school supplies, clothing and other necessities as a way to help the state “compensate for the increase in costs for inflation”.

Christina Pushaw, press secretary to Governor Ron DeSantis, take a photo of the cards that will be included with the unique pages, confirming that “these cards are real”. Later, responding to someone who wondered how checks would help with inflation, Pushaw wrote that “the federal government causes inflation through deficient gas. The check checks were part of it. On the contrary, the presupposed surplus in Florida is at the state level and there is money in existence, we don’t spend money here. Indeed, no, no cause inflation”.

It was not immediately clear who was going to qualify to receive the packages. Materials published in the state government said that 59,000 families would receive the checks. First Lady Casey DeSantis celebrated a red dinner on July 15 in Tampa to discuss the summer efforts to support adoptive and growing families in the state, where the financial benefit was announced.

WFLA.com has requested information from the Department of Children and Families on how beneficiaries are eligible and eligible.

On the red table, DeSantis said that the single $450 payments for kids could be used for food, school supplies or “whatever is necessary for their children to survive.” The First Lady said that temporal fathers, adoptive fathers and single mothers were all eligible for the funds.

The $450 payments are part of Hope Florida, which is administered by DCF. The Hope Florida program “utilizes ‘Care Navigators’ to guide Floridians on an individualized path to centralized prosperity in community collaboration between the private sector, the religious community, profit-making organizations and government entities to break down silos traditional communities in an effort to maximize resources and discover opportunities”, following the governor’s office. The main objective is “to help people achieve economic self-sufficiency and prosperity”.

The programs announced today will provide funds for the services, which will provide 59,000 Florida families with a single payment of $450 per child. Unlike other single pages that states received from the federal government due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Florida did not rely on its single family pages such as check checks. In total, the state awarded $35.5 million per payday.

The recipients of the checks are also receiving a card from Governor Ron DeSantis that says:

Floridian esteem,
As the father of three little children, preparing for a new year in school can be exciting and exhilarating. To offset the costs of rising inflation, especially when you are looking for a new year of schooling, the State of Florida charges you $450 for each child in your care.

This one-time payment can be used for anything, from buying panels to loading fuel into the bomb. I also wanted to make sure that it was at the time of the impuesto week on the twenty days of “Return to school” in our state, which will tend to take place from the 25th of July to the 7th of August, to help him obtain the benefits he needs to prepare for it next year school. . The ministers who will be free from charges during this time include clothes, bags, computers, shoes and other school supplies.

I accept this payment as a form of gratitude and recognition for all that it does to help nourish the future of Florida. God bless you and God bless the great state of Florida.

Ron Desantis

The funding announced was described as an expansion of Hope Florida’s Pathway to Prosperity initiative. At the redundant event in Tampa, a total of $105.5 million for two programs, as well as additional resources for temporal and adoptive families to find support and orientation. Two non-profit organizations in Tampa, Sleep in Heavenly Peace and A Life New Warehouse, also received checks for $5,000.

(Courtesy: Office of the Governor of Florida)

The announcements on the redundant table were described in a press release from the governor’s office as:

  1. An expansion of the program Hope Florida: A Pathway to Prosperity to include temporal and adoptive family members so that they have a single integral fan to call and connect with dedicated care navigators who can offer assistance and guidance for immediate and future family needs.
  2. A portion of the $70 million cases secured by Governor DeSantis under the Freedom First assumption for fatherhood initiatives will be earmarked for tutoring opportunities for Florida children, including early childhood children, through Hope Florida: a path to prosperity .
  3. $35.5 million under Governor DeSantis’ budget will support nearly 59,000 Florida families with a single payment of $450 per child, which includes young families.
  4. Launch of the “Hope Florida Fund” of the Primera Dama which supports the charity of the private sector to provide funds to the local entities that serve it. Today, First Lady DeSantis handed over two $5,000 checks each to two non-profit organizations in Tampa: Sleep in Heavenly Peace and A Life New Warehouse.

“We are redoubting our efforts to bring together public and private groups to collaborate and communicate with Floridians and in their name,” DeSantis told us. “Let us go further to the government to bring community members to the table to satisfy the needs of temporal and adoptive families in the Paraguay of my initiative Hope Florida – A Pathway to Prosperity. I have a mission to ensure that no child in Florida is left with hope, happiness and a home. This means doing everything possible to support those who have taken a step forward and have welcomed these children in their homes, just like the local partners who are helping their families”.

Families can request assistance from the program by calling the Hope Line at 850-300-HOPE. You can find more information on HopeFlorida.com. Floridians interested in converting to breeding fathers can call at 1-83 Foster FL to chat with current or previous breeding fathers.

“Our department is always striving to build strong and resilient families, and these announcements will be a great boost to our caregivers who are preparing to send our children back to school in this age,” said DCF Secretary Shevaun Harris , about the initiative. “We are very grateful for the work of the Primera Dama to toast Floridians with the farming and community connections necessary to create happy and healthy children.”