The SouthEastern North Dakota Community Action Agency is a sponsoring organization of the USDA Child Adult Care Food Program in North Dakota. The goal of the Child Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) is to assist in providing nutritious meals and snacks for children (birth through age 12) in family child care homes.
Participating on the CACFP will give you the tools to help the children enrolled develop healthy eating habits. The SENDCAA CACFP services the counties in the eastern part of the state, including: Cass, Grand Forks, Nelson, Ransom, Richland, Sargent, Steele, Traill, Barnes, Lamoure, Dickey, Griggs, Eddy, Wells, Ramsey, Cavalier, Pembina, and Walsh counties, serving approximately 330 providers and 2,500 children on a daily basis.
From a CACFP Provider:
"Not only have you provided me with good, healthy, nutritional information, but you have also been a great source of strength and support for my program. ... It gave me an extra professional boost! Thanks for the encouragement and support."
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