How to Apply to R350 Grant Using GovChat
SASSA has a mission to make submitting a R350 grant application as easy and accessible as possible. Therefore, one way to submit an SRD grant application is by using GovChat so keep reading to find out how.
SASSA opened R350 grant applications in early August for the second time around and this application period is set to remain open until March 2022.
One way to submit an SRD grant application is by using GovChat. Here’s how:
- Go to the GovChat website
- Enter your phone number
- Complete the Captcha
- Click ‘LOGIN’
- Click on ‘SASSA Services’
- Click on ‘SASSA Grants’
- Click on ‘Apply for a grant’
- Click on ‘Social relief of distress (R350)’
- Click on ‘Create New Form’
- Fill in the required information
- Click on ‘SUBMIT PERSONAL DETAILS’
- You will then be given a reference number
All applicants will need to sign a declaration and consent form, as SASSA will be working with other institutions to verify details provided by applicants.
You will then need to do a SASSA grant status check to track your R350 grant application. Click here to learn how to do this.
You will receive payment once your application has been approved. You will then not have to submit an application every month if SASSA approved your R350 grant application as SASSA verifies if you still qualify every month.
If SASSA rejects your SRD grant application and you believe they did so unfairly, you can submit an SRD grant appeal. Click here to find out how.
The appeal has to be lodged on the website within 30 days of when your rejection status became available to you.
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