DSWD Student Cash Assistance: List of How Much You May Get

Guide on DSWD Student Cash Assistance Amounts based on Year Level

DSWD STUDENT CASH ASSISTANCE – Here is a list of how much you may get from the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD).

Monday, August 22, will be the first day of classes in public elementary and secondary schools. The Department of Education (DepEd) set blended learning in schools from August until October 31. Schools are ordered to implement blended learning – a mixture of distance learning (online classes and modules) and in-person classes.

By November, DepEd wants the implementation of full face-to-face classes. Parents and students are now busy procuring the things that the students will be needing in school. However, there is an increase in the prices of school supplies.

The education department previously called for school supply donations from the private sector which could be a big help for students who cannot really buy the things that they will need for school. The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) came up with a six-week program to help poor students.

DSWD Student Cash Assistance
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The DSWD Student Cash Assistance will benefit elementary and high school students and as well as students of vocational schools and state colleges. The pay-out is set for August 20, 27, and September 3, 10, 17, and 24.

Do you want to know the eligibility requirements set by the government agency? You may visit – DSWD Student Educational Assistance: Who Are Qualified to Apply.

How much the beneficiaries may get under the DSWD Student Cash Assistance? It will depend on the year level of the student. The following are the financial assistance amounts:

  • Elementary Student – P1,000
  • Junior High School – P2,000
  • Senior High School – P3,000
  • College / Vocational Students – P4,000

To apply, you must prepare the following and submit them to a branch of DSWD or their satellite center nearest to you:

  • enrollment form
  • authorization letter in case the applicant will not be able to come
  • valid ID of the parents
  • valid ID of the student

You may also visit – New School Supplies Price Guide Released by DTI

14 thoughts on “DSWD Student Cash Assistance: List of How Much You May Get”

  1. Sana po mapabilang ako sa nakakakuha ng financial assistance na pinagkakaloob sa mga studyante.. katulan ku po merun po akung dalawang anak nag.aaral na po grade 1 at dacare po sana po makatanggap din po kmi ng ayuda galing sa gobyerno.. isa lamg po akung housewife asawa ku lnag po naghahanap buhay kang pa po ang sinaahod niya.. sana po mabigyan pansin po angvkaing commento.. maraming salamat po sir erwin tulfo.๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป๐Ÿ™๐Ÿปโฃ๏ธโฃ๏ธโฃ๏ธ

  2. Sana makasali din ako,4 ang anak Kong nag aural at kulang talaga ang sahud ng asawa ko at may sakit pa aKong ini inda at gamot maintenance.

  3. Gud ev po, sana po mkasali po aku
    Hndi po aku member ng 4ps.
    My estudyante po aku ng
    Grade 2,8 and 10,, malking tulong po sana kung isa aku sa mka tanggap po,
    Salamat po sir erwin tulfo

  4. Sana po maka avail ung tatlo ko pong anak dlawang elementary txaka isang grade 8.para naman po maibigay ung mga pangangailangan nila sa skwelahan.dpo kse sapat ang kinikita ng asawa ko.isa lng po xang trycle driver.at aq naman ay nasa bhay lmang para mag alaga sa mga anak ko.un lng po at maraming salamt po.


  6. Paano Po mg apply s educational asestance my 3 po Ako estudyante grade 11, grade 9, grade 4 Po Isang labor Po s furniture Ang asawa ko at naapiktuhan pa Po kmi Ng asf.yun lng sana Ang Isa s mkatulong s PG aaral Ng asking mga anak sana Isa Po Ako s mbigyan.
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  7. Ang aking byenan kasali po sa 4ps pati ang aking dalawa na anak pero po hindi pa po nakakakubra ang anking byenan sa 4ps kasi po bagong sali palang sa 4ps ang aking byenan…


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