For millions of lowincome Americans, electronic benefit transfer (EBT) cards offer a convenient way to obtain food and other goods from retailers through federal assistance programs. Now, thanks to an initiative of the Association of Children’s Museums (ACM) and the Institute of Museum and Library Services, EBT cards are also improving access to a wide range of cultural experiences across the United States.

The idea behind Museums for All is simple. Individuals or families can show an EBT...


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