$500 Rewards Program - Disaster Areas: If you live in a county or county-equivalent that was declared a disaster area by the federal government anytime after January 1, 2014, this section *may* apply to you.
Eligible Disaster Areas: Since that date there have been 129 areas of America classified by FEMA via Major Disaster Declarations, and 16 areas of America classified by FEMA with Emergency Declarations, with generally these various disaster areas so declared due to widespread damages caused by hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, floods, drought or wildfires. Residents within all of the counties or county-equivalents of these declared disaster areas are subject to this alternative Step 2 local community service section, with the corresponding higher rewards payments, per the mutual agreement of your state and your own county or county-equivalent.
$500, $550, or $600 Rewards? So, if you live within any of the above 145 federally-declared disaster areas, then your state leaders and your own local leaders have a decision to make, and there's no reason that residents of the impacted community itself cannot give input. Regardless of whether FEMA used different subclassifications for each county within the given eligible disaster area, if state and local leaders will contribute $25 towards that third/additional hour of volunteer service by each Rewards Program participant in that county or county-equivalent, then the federal government will match that $25, and each such participant will then volunteer for three (3) hours in total Step 2 service stint and get paid $550 via this Rewards Program. The other option for state and local leaders, and your eligible community, is to contribute $50 towards each participant, increasing the volunteer stints to four (4) hours total each, and the federal government will match that $50 so that the participant gets paid $600 via this Rewards Program. In either alternative option of increasing the Step 2 volunteer service stint total time length required by each such participant, local leaders shall ensure either that participants are allowed reasonable midpoint work breaks "off the clock" for 10-30 minutes if desired by the individual participant to briefly rest and refresh, or that the volunteer service stints are split into two half-time sessions scheduled no more than three (3) days apart.
Physical and Mental Waivers: Again, all Step 2 volunteer service stints are assigned by and at the Food Donation Location, who will be aware of the community revitalization projects within the local area, and of the basic categories of job types to be assigned for each such project. Anyone with a bona fide physical and/or mental disability significant enough to preclude requiring the Step 2 volunteer local service stint may provide any reasonable visual or written confirmation of the same disability to request waiver checkoff of the volunteer service stint and proceed forward to Step 3.
Note: Team Trump may yet further tweak any program aspect, such as considerations for waiting periods, frequency of program availability, income and/or debt thresholds, and/or whatever else may enhance creation of jobs, household incomes, and other goals.
Donate $25 of non-perishable food at your nearby church, school or similar.
Volunteer two hours of service to benefit your own local community.
Get free nationwide "audit" services for securing your personal info/data.
Renewal for every single public and private K-12 school across America.