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Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) Orientation for Prospective Applicants
All organizations interested in applying to participate in the CACFP must first attend an orientation session. During the orientation, we will cover background information on the CACFP, including the meal requirements, administration, record keeping, and reimbursements. In addition, we’ll go over important information on how to submit the application. A representative from your organization will need to attend an orientation session in order to receive the CACFP application.