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Odyssey After School Enrichment Program is Establishing the 3E's

Odyssey After School Enrichment Program enlists wide-ranging support to teach young school children

2016 National School Lunch Program Equipment Assistance Grants for School Food Authorities

The Texas Department of Agriculture will use a competitive grant process to distribute a total of $3,726,177 among Texas schools as part of the 2016 School Food Authority Equipment Grants program.

Child Care Center Building a Healthier Future For Young Texans

Through centers like Kids R Fun that participate in our Child and Adult Food Care Program, we are working together to build strong partnerships that advocate for the 3E’s of Healthy Living – Education, Exercise and Eating Right – and build a stronger future for the Lone Star State.

Share your Summer Success Story!

Do you have a summer success story or best practice that you’ve found to be helpful to your organization’s success in ensuring access to food for children in need? Find out how to share your Summer Success Story!

The CACFP Conference has gone MOBILE!

Find out how to register for the conference and download the free mobile application today!

NEW TOOL: SFSP Financial Tool

Find out about the new SFSP Financial Tool on the Summer Feeding Programs Compliance page.

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