1 Be Present
Get involved by signing up for action alerts and supporting your CACFP organizations and become a member.
2 Be Engaged
Become a CACFP Ambassador and work with the Forum to ensure needs of the CACFP community are being met throughout the country. Consider joining us as a board member.
3 Educate and Advocate
Not sure how to go about educating the public and representatives...check out this site and/or contact us here.
Tools To Help You Talk about and Celebrate CACFP
CACFP Social Media Cards/Tools: CACFP facts for you to download and post on social media or put on your website.
Take the Pledge: Take the pledge to tell someone about CACFP.
Outreach Campaigns: This is another tool to use for social media. It is focused on helping you create outreach campaigns educating others about CACFP.
CACFP Awareness Kit: This awareness kit provides facts about CACFP, event ideas, sample press release, sample letter to congress and much more.
Fact Sheet: This fact sheet from the Food Research and Action Center (FRAC) outlines the benefits of CACFP from economic to child nutrition.
History of CACFP: watch a brief history of the 50+ years of CACFP.
Visiting Congress: 5 steps for a successful Hill visit.
Customizable CACFP Fact Sheet: Take this fact sheet and customize it based on your state, it's population and the rest of it's CACFP data.
Think Babies Fact Sheets: Each state has it's own fact sheet highlighting rates of hunger and poverty as well as how CACFP and other federal nutrition programs support healthy development in the early years.