Low-Income Residents Can Now Get Discounts At Many … – WBUR

Hoping to make the state’s cultural scene more inclusive, the Massachusetts Cultural Council (MCC) launched a program Wednesday to provide low-income residents with free or reduced admission to more than 100 cultural institutions.

The EBT Card to Culture program provides free or discounted entry for the more than 758,000 Massachusetts residents with an Electronic Benefit Transfer card, which is provided to those in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).

The cultural organizations participating in the project include the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod, Berkshire Museum, Boston Children’s Museum, Boston Philharmonic Orchestra, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

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