Multiple Site Sponsors and Monitoring
Child and Adult Care Food Program participants who are sponsors of multiple sites have additional reporting requirements. The documents available on this page are for sponsors of more than one site.
Household Contact Procedures
A household contact is a communication between a sponsoring organization or a state agency to an adult member of a household with a child in a family day care home or a child care center in order to verify the attendance and enrollment of the child and the specific meal service(s) which the child routinely receives while in care. This information is used to verify the accuracy of the information submitted on claims for reimbursement by providers or centers.
Staff Training Requirements for CACFP Multi-Site Sponsors
Explains who is required to receive annual training and gives examples of training topics.
Additional Requirements for Sponsors with Multiple Sites
Site monitoring visits, edits and staff training.
Sponsor Pre-operational Visit to New Sites
Sponsor form documenting the pre-operational site visit for the Child and Adult Care Food Program.
Monitoring Form for Multi-Site Sponsors
Sample form to be used by sponsor monitors when conducting Child and Adult Care Food Program compliance visits at operating program sites.
Staff Monitoring Ratio Form for CACFP Centers
Staff Monitoring Ratio form for CACFP centers. This is an annual application renewal requirement to determine sponsor's level of monitoring staff.
Sponsor Monitoring of Meals
Requirement for Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) sponsoring organizations to monitor all meal services at sponsored sites – June 2006 memo.