Philadelphia, PA, February 17, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- It Takes A Village to Feed One Child announced its participation in the Child and Adult Care Food Program in October 2017. The goals of the meal program is to improve the diets of young children and increase the opportunity for children to eat a variety of nutritious meals. It Takes A Village To Feed One Child provides meals that meet nutritional standards established by the USDA. Meals will be available at 8 current sites in the Philadelphia area for enrolled children at those centers from households with incomes less than or equal to the income guidelines established by the USDA and effective from July 2018 to June 30, 2019. It Takes A Village To Feed One Child provides fresh catered meals made daily to all childcare centers served. It Takes A Village To Feed One Child also accommodates children with allergy substitutions and special diets including gluten free, vegan, dairy free, and vegetarian menus along with providing cultural meals monthly. It Takes A Village To Feed One Child handles all administrative duties to effectively administer all CACFP meal programs including staffing and training.
It Takes A Village To Feed One Child receives state and federal reimbursement to cover all costs associated with providing free and reduced meals to childcare centers and is governed by state guidelines. It Takes A Village To Feed One Child will accept applications for childcare center enrollments all year around. Childcare centers interested in enrolling for free and reduced meals through the CACFP state meal program can visit the website of It takes A Village To Feed One Child for more details and to schedule an appointment.