CACFP for Family Child Care

The Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) reimburses day care homes for a maximum of two meals and one snack, or one meal and two snacks per day per child 12 years of age or younger. Minnesota currently has four nonprofit family child care sponsoring organizations that administer CACFP. Sponsors are responsible for recruiting, training, monitoring and reimbursing family child care providers. Information about Family Child Care Home (CACFP) sponsors, including links to their websites, are located on this page. Visit the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) website for access to memoranda related to this program.

The Cyber-Linked Interactive Child Nutrition System (CLiCS) Administration page includes forms to obtain a new sponsor ID, site IDs and user IDs. New sponsors must complete and submit all application materials before receiving a CLiCS User ID.

Read the nondiscrimination statement.

Program Regulations
Current Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) related to this program are available on the U.S. Government Printing Office website:

  • Family Child Care Sponsor List and Benefit Information  - 4/22/21
    Child care licensor and provider handout, including the benefits of participating in the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP), CACFP reimbursement rates, program requirements, how to apply for CACFP and a list of the Minnesota family day care home sponsors.
  • Public School List with Percentage of Free and Reduced-Price Eligible Students from School Year 2019-20 - 4/20/21
    To be used to identify schools that have 50% or more free and reduced-price meals qualifying the school as eligible based on school data. Eligibility applies to the 2022 Program Year for the Summer Food Service and Seamless Summer Program (May 2021-April 2022), Afterschool Snack (July 2021-June 2022), and the Child and Adult Care Food (Oct 2021-Sept 2022). Family Day Care Home eligibility is re-determined in February 2021 using this data.