What is the At-Risk Meals Component of the CACFP?
When school is out and parents are still at work, children need a safe place to be with their friends, with structured activities, supportive adults, and good nutrition.
Afterschool programs that participate in CACFP give children and teenagers the nutrition they need, and draw them into constructive activities that are safe, fun, and filled with opportunities for learning.
Getting Started With Afterschool Meals Video - produced by No Kid Hungry
Does your agency have a new Authorized Representative and/or administrative staff that need CACFP training or are you interested in joining the At-Risk Afterschool Meals Component? If so, please contact Shiela Coulton.
Wisconsin Public School Eligibility Data Report for At-Risk Afterschool Programs – Fiscal Year 2020 (October 2019 Data)
Summer Food Service Program vs. At-Risk Afterschool Program - Comparison chart