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Child / Adult Food Entree Sponsorship of Texas

A 501(c)(3) non-profit organization which provides program administration, education, and funding assistance from the USDA – Texas Department of Agriculture, to child care centers that participate in the CACFP to supplement the cost of food service operations. More...

Who Can We Sponsor?

At Café Texas, we work with many different facilities to provide CACFP services for distribution of nutritious meals and snacks to all participants. Below are various facility and program types.

Child and Adult Care Food Program

The Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) provides millions of dollars in local assistance annually, and was established to improve access to high quality food, healthier diets through nutrition education, food assistance, and nutritious meals to children and adults who receive day care.


The Child Care portion of the CACFP specifically provides funding for meals served to children attending daily licensed child care centers, licensed family child care homes, at-risk sites, and homeless / emergency shelters. More...

Child Care Centers

Licensed non-profit or for-profit, eligible public or private child care centers, and care centers outside school-hours serving meals to large numbers of children, as well as centers participating in government assistance programs. More...

"At Risk" After School Programs

Licensed public or private nonprofit organizations (including schools) or community-based programs that provide regularly scheduled, structured, educational, and educational activities for children and youth 18 and under. More...

Emergency Shelters

Licensed public or private non-profit or Texas Department of Family and Protective Services exempt emergency shelters which provide temporary residential and food services to children 18 and under experiencing homelessness. More...

Day Care Homes

Licensed family or group day care homes that service small groups of children who receive non-residential day care. More...