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The USDA Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) helps childcare and adult day care centers by providing funding for nutritious meals each day. But it takes a sponsor, or a direct contract with the State, to obtain these funds. And that's how we'd like to help.

Child Care Resources, Inc. can provide full-service sponsorship of the CACFP including State Applications, training, monitoring, food procurement, meal preparation and delivery. We have a vision for healthier minds, bodies and habits for children through successful CACFP Sponsorship providing piece-of-mind knowing you're meeting federal and state guidelines.

Child Care Resources, Inc. helps to feed more than 10,000 children nutritious meals each day. We believe in a relational approach with respect to building long-lasting partnerships. We believe that quality sponsorship helps to reduce waste and prevent fraud so the benefits of the CACFP can be enjoyed for generations to come.
 
 By providing good nutrition, we're improving academic success, as well as the physical, intellectual, and emotional well-being of our most vulnerable population--children living in under-resourced neighborhoods.

Child Care Resources, Inc.
Toll Free Phone: 855-427-2888
Toll Free Fax: 877-427-5386
Support@CCresourcesInc.org
 
Mail Claim Documentation to:
203 Hull Street, Suite A
Richmond, Virginia  23224
 
National Address:
1629 K Street NW, Suite 300
Washington, D.C.  20006

 
Hours:
Monday-Friday
9:15am - 4:30pm EST



Milk Forecast Tool
Annual On-line Training


In order for your center to begin Child Care Resources' CACFP Application process, you may fill out this application:




CACFP Sponsor since 1995


                                          
                            

           



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