Program Spotlight Track | CEU Specialty 2
Increasing Healthy Eating Through Family Engagement with SFSP & CACFP
The SFSP and CACFP are important tools to address food insecurity and support your bottom line, but did you know they could be leveraged to increase overall family engagement and provide a foundation to provide healthy eating practices that can be used at home? Learn how while also hearing why the key best practices of these programs can move the needle on participation.
- Learn why family engagement can be a key strategy for growing participation.
- Explore a pilot program that provides family resources through the CACFP.
- Recognize lessons learned about family engagement.
Deputy Director, School and Out-of-School Time Programs, Food Research and Action Center
Manager, Movement Engagement and Food Programs, YMCA of the USA
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Thank you to our...
California Department of Social Services
Food for Good, Pepsico Foundation
JA Food Service/Packaged Meal Kits
Peterson Farms Family of Companies
Red Gold Tomato & Condiment Products
American Academy of Pediatrics Bright Futures National Center
California Dried Fruit Coalition (CDFC)
Carolina Global Breastfeeding Institute (CGBI)
Dairy Council of CA/Let's Eat Healthy
No Kid Hungry Campaign by Share Our Strength (SOS)
Pacific Northwest Canned Pears
Penn State Extension Better Kid Care Program