Look for the helpers
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (also known as SNAP) provides important nutritional support for low-income individuals and households within the U.S. In 2018, the program helped 40 million low-income Americans afford a nutritionally adequate diet in a typical month. But the impact of COVID-19 on low income families cannot be understated. With substantial unemployment, many are concerned with the stability of their housing, or the ability to put food on the table.
Tune in for an inspirational episode of One Vision, where Theo and Bradley chat with Jimmy Chen, the founder and CEO of Propel, about his startup journey, how Propel helped make this critical safety net program more user-friendly while improving consumer financial health, and how Project 100 became the most ambitious private direct payments initiative during the COVID-19 pandemic.