CACFP Texas Sponsor - Child & Adult Care Food Program
We are an approved sponsoring organization in Texas for the USDA Child & Adult Care Food Program (CACFP). For over 20 years, we have been sponsoring eligible day care clients in their CACFP participation.
We offer full CACFP Sponsor Texas training to every client. We also provide regular guidance and oversight of the CACFP Sponsor program. We understand participating in a government program can feel overwhelming so we are here to help ease those concerns – that’s what we do!
We’re your CACFP advocate, so we can help you follow the program guidelines while showing you how to gain all the benefits you can to help your facility.
Aside from sponsoring traditional child and adult day cares, we also sponsor day care clients who participate in various programs under the CACFP. These include the After school Program and the Summer Food Program.
We’re committed to helping you get involved in the CACFP. We supply our clients with unlimited support and training about the CACFP and other topics that are important to you as day care owners.
"Both of our centers have been on the Federal Food Program since October, 2014. We chose Coastal Child Nutrition Services as our sponsor at that time. They were wonderful in helping begin the process to participate in the program and have continued to offer outstanding support with any and all of our needs. One of my biggest concerns when we first considered participating in the CACFP was the headache of the required paperwork. Coastal's online site makes it completely painless, daily recordings are quick and easy. I love the 'Alert' page that reminds me when enrollment forms will expire. This really helps me stay ahead of the game!"
- J. Belcher, Primary Colors Preschool 1 & 2, Longview Texas
" Just a quick note to say thank you for helping Kids R Kids Greatwood meet all the guidelines for the food program. Your ongoing support has made it so easy. We could not have done it without your help"
- S. Compeon, Greatwood Kids R Kids #23, Richmond, TX
"Coastal always goes over and above for their clients. They always give great answers to my questions & address any concerns promptly."
- R. Conaway, Whitehills Child Development Center, Rockwall, TX
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