The Child Care Food Program Roundtable is dedicated to improving the health and well-being of our nation’s children. We believe it is the right of every child to have access to nutritious foods and a nurturing environment that provides for an enjoyable mealtime experience. We produce a number of events and publications to help make food programs more effective. Have a look around and let us know how we can help you provide healthy meals to kids.
Started in 1982, the National Association for Family Child Care (NAFCC) is the only national professional association dedicated to promoting high-quality early childhood experiences in the unique environment of family child care programs. NAFCC works on behalf of the one million family child care providers operating nationwide.
The Association for Early Learning Leaders, formerly known as the National Association of Child Care Professionals is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to excellence by promoting leadership development and enhancing program quality through the National Accreditation Commission’s standards. Since 1984, Early Learning Leaders have been serving childcare directors, owners and administrators.
The National Child & Adult Care Food Program Forum (The Forum) was created to form a community of member organizations dedicated to the ideals of high quality nutrition services for all children in child care settings. The Forum was organized in 1983 with the first meeting being held at the Save the Children Family Child Care Conference in Atlanta, GA. Since the mid-1980’s the Forum has been recognized in Washington as the leading CACFP public policy organization.
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