The government of the Federal District released this Thursday (2) the list of beneficiaries of the Gas Card. The program, managed by the Secretariats for Social Development (Sedes) and Economy (SEEC), will provide R$100 every two months to help low-income families purchase a 13-kg cooking gas cylinder and will benefit 70,000 people. With the cylinder costing around R$95, many families have had difficulties in maintaining their homes, making the granting of a gas voucher something increasingly recurrent in Brazil.
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Who can receive the Gas Card?
To access the benefit, it is necessary to reside in the Federal District, have a per capita family income of up to half the minimum wage and be 16 years of age or older. Beneficiaries will be selected according to priority criteria: single-parent families, with female heads of household and with children up to 6 years of age; families with children up to 6 years old; families with people with disabilities; and families with elderly people.
Consult the list
Citizens can find out if they are on the list of beneficiaries of the Gas Card through the GDF Social website🇧🇷 Everyone who signed up last month can now confirm whether they have benefited and check the date, time and place of card withdrawal.
delivery of cards
The cards will be issued by Banco de Brasília (BRB) and will be delivered from September 29th. The beneficiary will receive the card at the BRB branch closest to their registered address. To make the withdrawal, you must use the card in the debit function, in the establishments registered in the program, for the exclusive purchase of the cylinder. If the card is not withdrawn within four months and the available credit is not used, the benefit will be forfeited.