Who are the members of CACFP
CACFP Sponsors of Family Day Care Homes, After School and Center Programs, State Agencies, Head Start agencies, Resource and Referral agencies, Advocates, Students, Child Care Providers at centers and homes, advocates, nutritionists, dieticians, individual members.
Your membership dues support a variety of activities and benefits:
Individual, non-voting memberships are also accepted from individuals who wish to support the CACFP and its sponsors.
Voting Members: CACFP Sponsors of FDCH and Centers
Non-Voting Members: State Agencies, Advocates, Students, Child Care Providers and individual members.
Members will receive legislative updates and have opportunities to develop common strategies to address administrative and legislative issues related to the CACFP.
Membership Period: One year
Why be a member
Simply put, to protect CACFP. The Child and Adult Care Food Program is a key building block in creating and maintaining quality, affordable child care and the health and wellness of our children. Sponsoring organizations provide a bridge between child care programs- homes and centers, and the resources provided by this complex program. Efforts of members have served to provide public support to maintain the CACFP as an ongoing federal program to improve the nutrition of children. You will be one of those members when you become a part of the National CACFP Forum.