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National CACFP Forum Leadership and Anti-Hunger Policy Conference will take to the hill this March. Join us in educating your representatives in Washington D.C.  Registration 
The National CACFP Forum Board is very proud to announce that Greg Scott, CEO Cover 3 Foundation (C3F) and former professional defensive lineman was elected to the National CACFP Forum Board January 17, 2017.  Mr. Scott's story is an inspiring one, he will be attending the CACFP Leadership and Anti Hunger Policy Conference March 5, 2017. Stop by and meet Greg as he continues his goal to protect CACFP and his work to end hunger in the United States. Read more on Greg Scott and his mission. 
FRAC President thanks
ANTI- Hunger Champion Kevin Concannon
USDA Secretary Chosen
Food Research & Action Center President James Weill addressed audiences in honor of former Under Secretary of the USDA FNS Kevin Concannon, celebrating his role and response to the Great Recession over the last nine years as well as the obstacles facing the incoming leadership. Article
 
President Trump announces his choice for the United States Department of Agriculture Secretary as Mr. Sonny Perdue, Governor of Georgia.  Meet the new cabinet member here.
Something's Coming, Something Good. Nutrition Pays, tell the world!
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Ready, Set, ImplementBuilding a Brighter Future for CACFP

National CACFP Forum
Leadership Conference 
March 5 – 7, 2017
Omni Shoreham Hotel, Washington, D.C. 

Scholarships Available
Not to be Missed if you are CACFP
Pre Conference Training: New CACFP Meal Pattern Implementation

No extra fee
CACFP New Meal Pattern Implementation Training

Saturday             March 4, 2017          8:30AM-5:00PM 


Get the Meal Pattern Implementation right straight from the Institute of Child Nutrition and USDA FNS in Washington D.C.
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The National CACFP Forum, The Food Research Action Center and Feeding America come together to bring you a conference that makes a difference in the Policy that governs your program everyday. Be a part of the decisions that govern your everyday work.

Don't Miss these Opportunities
  • CACFP Advocacy Plan and Partners - Communications and Community
  • CACFP outreach and expansion
  • CACFP USDA policy, program and nutrition update
  • CACFP USDA Town Hall  
  • Strategies for the successful implementation of the new CACFP meal pattern in preschool and afterschool programs focused on needs identified by work at the state and local level:  meal quality, healthy food vending contracts, operating within a CACFP budget, and communicating with parents and children.  
  • The Walk to the Hill - Let's go meet the new Policy Makers together. Now!
A New CACFP Year ▪ A New CACFP To Do List

January is almost gone.  Plan and schedule now for all of the challenges and duties within the Child and Adult Care Food Program.  CACFP To Do List and Goals CACFP To Do List 

Join us in the mission to Protect.Perfect.Promote.


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Join the National CACFP Forum, the national advocacy organization that protects viability, perfects policy, and promotes leadership for the ​Child and Adult Care Food Program. JOIN 

Core Partners

Seeking partner organizations in all 50 states, Washington, D.C., and U.S. Territories to join us as National Farm to School Network Core Partners for 2017-2019.  Applications are due Thursday, January 26, 2017 at 6pm ET. Have questions about the Request for Applications? Email RFA@farmtoschool.org. See FAQ's here.

Plan for Farm to School Success 
Is Farm to School on your To Do List? Try some of the countless ways to take small steps toward farm to school success in 2017. No matter where you are on your farm to school journey, the New Year is a great time to reflect on accomplishments and set goals for the futureRead More.
"Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much." Helen Keller
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