Participating in the Food Program Improves Child Care Quality

Check out this article, posted in the Green Bay Press Gazette, discussing the positive impact that the Child and Adult Care Food Program can have on the quality of child care programs.

The WECA Food Program is here to help you pay for nutritious foods and give children the opportunity to live a healthy life.

With the WECA Food Program, family child care providers are given the opportunity to serve healthy and nutritious meals to children, while being reimbursed an average of $340* each month. We know that you are already doing your best for the children in you care, why not help us reimburse you for some of your efforts?

Learn more about the WECA Food Program, including how to join now, by clicking here.

*$340 is based on an average Food Program recipient claiming breakfast, lunch, and a snack for four children at Tier 1 rates.

One thought on “Participating in the Food Program Improves Child Care Quality

  1. A longer version of the article was published in the Post Crescent, Appleton also, and was picked up by the USA Today online and the Chicago Sun Times online. What great exposure for the Food Program!

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