Showcasing your program is one of the most impactful ways to advocate for the CACFP. Invite your elected official to join you at your site to interact with and serve meals/snacks to the children or adults in your care. Learn how to host your elected official at your site, from the initial invite to the follow up after a successful site visit.Read More
Maybe you love to develop delicious recipes, or a parent has shared one of their family favorites, but you are not sure how to make it creditable in the CACFP. Learn key tips and methods on how to evaluate recipes to ensure they are #CACFPCreditable as we guide you through our recipe crediting worksheet.Read More
From provider toolkits to activity sheets for children to training worksheets and more, learn what resources we have available to you free of charge that you can use today for promoting nutrition and physical activities. Learn where to find free online training and handouts for specific CACFP guidelines that will set you up for program success.Read More
You agree to serve healthy meals and snacks. The USDA CACFP offers you financial reimbursement. Learn about the history of the food program and how to get the most from your day of exciting training with us. We’re defining the CACFP and celebrating you!Read More
This webinar shows CACFP operators how to plan nutritious and appealing breakfasts that meet CACFP meal pattern requirements.
Este seminario web muestra a los operadores del CACFP a planificar desayunos nutritivos y atractivos que cumplan con los requisitos del patrón de comidas del Programa de Alimentos para el Cuidado de Niños y Adultos (CACFP).Read More
You’ve heard the term Corrective Action, but how does it impact you? As a sponsor you may need to write a Corrective Action Plan and as a provider you may need to complete one. Practice walking through the steps of a Corrective Action Plan and receive valuable tips to communicate your plan effectively.Read More
Civil Rights training is an annual requirement for state agency staff who interact with program applicants, sponsors, program participants, potentially eligible individuals and those persons who supervise front line staff. This session will fulfill that requirement while addressing the Civil Rights training requirements as outlined in FNS Instruction 113-1, Civil Rights Compliance and Enforcement – Nutrition Programs and Activities.Read More
This webinar shows CACFP operators how to plan and prepare reimbursable meals and snacks for adult participants.
Este seminario web muestra a los operadores del CACFP cómo planificar y preparar comidas y meriendas reembolsables para los participantes adultos.Read More
Learn tips and best practices on the preparation of an acceptable administrative budget. Topics will include the importance of strategic planning, using historical financial information to develop the budget, determining what expenses are allowable/ unallowable, identifying staffing requirements, how excess administrative funds affect the budget and updating the budget throughout the year.Read More
Join the USDA for this interactive session on the new Crediting Handbook for CACFP. We will review the ins and outs of each of the five required meal components, discuss both creditable and non-creditable food items, and engage the audience in hands-on crediting exercises. You won’t want to miss it!Read More