You may be eligible to receive monthly reimbursement for meals and snack served in your Child Care Home or Center through the Child and Adult Care Food Program.
Providers affiliated with Cape Fear Tutoring receive the following benefits:
- Monetary Reimbursement
CACFP reimbursement will help with the cost of your monthly food bills for meals served to enrolled children or adults.
- Online Claiming With Minute Menu Systems
Automate your attendance, track your food expenses and submit your monthly claims online with Minute Menu Systems daycare Food Program Management software.
- One-On-One Training
Ongoing training, technical assistance and mentoring from our qualified support staff.
Sample menus, nutrition tips, food ideas and food program information.
Get started today!
Contact our office. We will send a representative to your facility to get you started. We provide all the training and paperwork that you need to participate.
You must be a current Cape Fear Tutoring Provider to access these resources.
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