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National CACFP Week is March 12-18, 2023

CACFP Week Campaign

Join the CACFP Community as we partner with Sesame Street in Communities during the week-long national education and information campaign! Our campaign focuses on Community, Awareness, Children, Food Program and Participation (CACFP). Visit our campaign page to download resources and learn how you can help promote National CACFP Week. 

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CACFP Week in Action

Read the stories of others in the CACFP Community

Lorain County Head Start

May 3, 2022

Lorain County Head Start (Ohio), in partnership with Pisanick Partners, provided a three part cooking series to families of children in the Head Start Program.

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TVCCA Head Start and Little Learners Childcare Centers

March 15, 2022

This week we honor our amazing Nutrition Staff who make nutritious and delicious meals and snacks for our children.

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Lawrence County Social Services

March 15, 2022

Here at LCSS, the kiddos are participating in a scavenger hunt where they will have to locate 5 different fruits and/or vegetables that will be placed throughout our sites.

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Roxie’s Childcare

March 14, 2022

We are celebrating CACFP week by promoting healthy meals and introducing new foods to the children in our care.

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Little Folks Daycare

March 10, 2022

Here at Little Folks, we are doing weeklong activities where we use the CACFP resources and some creativity to teach the children about healthy habits for lifelong success.

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Antoinette Taylor, The Women’s Safe House

March 9, 2022

Antoinette and staff use “Eat Through Stories,” to develop the children engagement, interest, and growing awareness of the link between, food, nutrition, and health.

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Edie Dugger, Moulton Head Start

March 9, 2022

I am the Center Director of Moulton Head Start in Lawrence County Alabama. We serve 64 children ages birth to five.

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Taneyville RII School

March 8, 2022

At Taneyville, we take many opportunities to ensure children are receiving balanced meals.

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Little Treasures

February 12, 2022

At Little Treasures, we believe early interactions and experiences have a strong influence in a child’s brain development. We know the early years shape the way children think and learn about nutrition.

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Virginia Department of Health

May 19, 2021

The Virginia Department of Health, Division of Community Nutrition, celebrated CACFP Week with an urban gardening effort organized by Bee Thorp, Brandon Archer and Troyana Cheatham in Richmond, Virginia.

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