Welcome to Advance Child Care, Inc.
Child Care/At-Risk CACFP Sponsorship Serving the State of Texas
A highly regarded CACFP Sponsor for Child Care Centers
Child care centers have a tremendous monetary benefit available to them through participating on the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP). However, many eligible centers never take advantage of this benefit for two major reasons: (a) The requirements are too demanding to understand and manage, or (b) Participation on the CACFP is much too time consuming.
It Doesn’t Have To Be That Way
Advance Child Care‘s niche in the child care industry is “automated management”. Simply put, we find the most efficient way for you to operate your food service program without having to memorize a myriad of regulations or spend countless hours maintaining required CACFP paperwork. This can be accomplished by using our Automated Management Services. Typically, CACFP tasks that take most child care centers hours to complete can be done by a computerized management system in a matter of seconds…and done more accurately …meaning more CACFP Reimbursement for you.
CACFP Sponsors are allowed to keep 15% of your CACFP reimbursement as their “admin costs”. However, what are you getting for that service? When you are required to fill out forms manually, make manually tallies and complicated calculations and then spend your own money mailing these forms weekly, it makes you wonder what exactly the sponsor is doing on your behalf.
Child and Adult Care Food Program in Texas | Call us at 903-872-5231 ext 303.
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