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Afterschool Meals

Starting Afterschool Meals FAQs

This short one-pager explains why afterschool programs should offer meals, provides a quick overview of the CACFP At-Risk Afterschool Meals Program requirements, and gives you easy next steps to help you get started.

Implementation Support
Program Overview
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Program Sites
School Breakfast
Schools as Nutrition Hubs

How School Meals Reach Kids

This resource traces the path of the funding that supports school breakfast and lunch from Congress to cafeteria. It also answers common questions that advocates and elected officials have about how the programs work.

Program Overview
Best for:
State Officials
Local Officials
Afterschool Meals

Afterschool Meals Matter (Video)

See Afterschool Meals in action and get inspired to start.

Webinar & Video
Program Overview
Outreach & Promotion Materials
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Parents & Families
Program Sites
School Nutrition Staff
Afterschool Meals

Supper Makes Cents for Sponsors

See if serving suppers through the CACFP Afterschool Meals Program make cents" for your organization."

Program Overview
Implementation Support
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Nonprofit Sponsors
Summer Meals

Promote Summer Meals: Template FAQs about Summer Meals

Customize these FAQs about summer meals to announce your summer meals program. Use this information on your website and in other outreach materials to provide more information about programs.

Outreach & Promotion Materials
Customizable Templates & Materials
Program Overview
Best for:
Nonprofit Sponsors
School Nutrition Staff
School Breakfast

Grab N' Go to the Classroom 101

Geared towards teachers and principals, this short video outlines how Breakfast After the Bell benefits students and classrooms, and how it can be a seamless part of the instructional day.

Webinar & Video
Innovative Approaches & Successful Models
Program Overview
Best for:
Educators
No Kid Hungry Partners
School Nutrition Staff

Summer Meals and FoodCorps for No Kid Hungry Partners

FoodCorps employs a team of AmeriCorps leaders to make schools healthier for kids in many states. This resource, developed with support from End Hunger Connecticut!, will help you identify opportunities to collaborate in your state, recommend ways to connect and provide ideas for activities.

Program Overview
Engaging Stakeholders
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No Kid Hungry Partners

Summer Meals and FoodCorps for State Agencies

With a focus on creating healthy school food environments, FoodCorps service members are a natural fit for supporting program promotion and outreach, offering nutrition or gardening programming at summer meals sites, or supporting program operators with local procurement strategies.

Program Overview
Engaging Stakeholders
Best for:
State Agencies
School Breakfast

Breakfast in the Classroom 101

Geared towards teachers and principals, this short video outlines how Breakfast After the Bell benefits students and classrooms, and how it can be a seamless part of the instructional day.

Webinar & Video
Innovative Approaches & Successful Models
Program Overview
Best for:
Educators
No Kid Hungry Partners
School Nutrition Staff