GREENSBORO, N.C. — North Carolina families could get a $335 grant from the state.
According to WNCN, Robinson Bradshaw and Legal Aid of North Carolina reopened the application process for families to apply for the one-time $335 grant.
Governor Roy Cooper signed the Coronavirus Relief Act into law which includes the Extra Credit Grant program.
The money is to help families by providing economic support to assist with virtual schooling and childcare costs during the pandemic.
The check is automatically sent to those who are eligible if they filed a 2019 state tax return. However, those who have not can apply for the grant.
The new deadline for applications is Dec. 7 at 2 p.m.
Those families that missed the previous Oct. 15 deadline should visit the site to apply.