Recording & Resources: Pandemic Era Flexibilities & Funding are Ending for CACFP
Last week Chad Montgomery Davis with USDA Western Region Office and Jessie Rosales with CDSS CACFP Branch joined the Roundtable and the community at large to learn and discuss together the ending of waivers and increased funding.
Below is the recording and resources shared throughout the meeting.
Please share with us how this is going to impact you, your program, and/or your community. And if you have questions - ask them! firstname.lastname@example.org.
Changes coming this summer for CACFP family child care providers: tools to help communicate: Template letter one can copy and paste and a detailed "flyer" about what is ending and why
Call 1-866-3-HUNGRY or 1-877-8-HAMBRE to speak with a representative who will assist in finding food resources such as meal sites, food banks, or other social services available near your location.
2-1-1 California was created to help families to find local resources. https://www.211ca.org/
Model Comment for USDA Proposed Rule: Easy to use action link to submit the comment. The content is directed toward family child care, but you can make it your own and use the same form! CACFP Roundtable will be publishing our organization letter and additional model comment very soon.
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