Members Login

Not a Member? Join Now

Find a Sponsor


Quick Links

Join the Program!

Program Information

If you are a family child care provider or center and would like to learn how you can participate in the Child and Adult Care Food Program, contact a CACFP sponsor in your state or your CACFP state office.

Find a CACFP Food Program Sponsor 
State Office Contact Information
State Office Websites
USDA Child & Adult Care Food Program
Regional Offices


Parent Provider Connection Activity Newsletters

We're creating these for our members to create CACFP awareness and give providers a way to celebrate the special days on our calendar! Take a look here.


Web-based National Disqualified List System

Beginning October 22, 2014, the USDA National Disqualified List (NDL) is accessible by independent centers and sponsors of centers in the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) and Summer Food Service Programs (SFSP). The NDL is a list of institutions and individuals that have been disqualified and terminated from participation in the CACFP and SFSP. The purpose of maintaining the NDL and making it available via the internet to independent centers, sponsoring organizations, state agencies, and USDA is to provide a tool for promoting CACFP integrity.  Read More.

Partner Opportunities

Amazon CACFP Pilot Project Participants Needed

The National CACFP Sponsors Association is partnering with the Alliance for a Healthier Generation to help identify strong candidates for a CACFP pilot program with Amazon.

Amazon Business and the Alliance for a Healthier Generation are working together to help schools, afterschool programs and families prioritize health and wellness purchases—in an affordable, convenient and familiar way.

Interested in joining the pilot program?

Pilot site Identification Questionnaire

Job Opportunities

Do you have a job opportunity you would like to share with the CACFP Community? Please email us at and we'll get a short summary and link to your application posted here.

Looking for a job opportunity! Be sure to get a competitive advantage and get your CACFP Professional Certification! Learn More

January 13, 2017

Policy Director position with The National Farm to School Network

The Policy Director is responsible for leading NFSN’s policy advocacy work. NFSN serves as a national voice for the farm to school movement and a leading resource on national, state and local policies that impact farm to school and farm to ECE. The Policy Director leads development and implementation of the organizational policy priorities to influence federal administrative, rulemaking and legislative actions, and oversees the annual report of state level policies supportive of farm to school and ECE. The Policy Director cultivates and maintains relationships with policymakers and partner organizations, directs and facilitates NFSN’s Policy Group, and educates and mobilizes NFSN Core Partners and stakeholders around key policy issues. This position will be based in Washington, DC, reporting to the Executive Director of NFSN. Projected Start Date: February 27, 2017.

Learn More

January 10, 2017

Child Saving Institute Seeking Cook

Are you looking for an opportunity to be a part of an organization that makes a difference in children's lives every day? Child Saving Institute (CSI) is looking for an experienced cook who enjoys working with children to perform a key role in planning and providing nutritious and healthy meals and snacks to children in the childcare center. The position is a part-time position (Monday - Friday from 8 AM to 12 PM). 

Learn More

January 8, 2017

Executive Director of the Institute Of Child Nutrition

The School of Applied Sciences at the University of Mississippi is seeking a skilled visionary leader to serve as the permanent Executive Director for the Institute of Child Nutrition (ICN). The ICN Executive Director will be expected to maintain the national status and respect the Institute has developed over the decades and provide new visionary leadership to further accomplish the mission of ICN in alignment with the School and University missions to provide greater sustainability through innovation, academic/research partnerships and evidenced based outcome measures, and continued national and local engagement with multiple stakeholders. Learn More

Social Media 

Facebook Updates

           CACFP eNews