Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Allocate More Than $330 Million to Help Manage Migrant Arrivals

On May 5, FEMA and the Emergency Food and Shelter Program’s National Board announced the allocation of $332.5 million to assist with migrant arrivals at the Southwest border.

This distribution allocates all remaining funding through the Emergency Food and Shelter Program-Humanitarian.

Future support for emergency migrant care will be supported by the newly created Shelter and Services Program, which has about $360 million to grant before the end of the Fiscal Year. More information about the new program is available here.

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