Heartland Child Nutrition is a USDA Child & Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) sponsor for the state of North Dakota.
Our mission is to enhance the nutritional well-being of children by providing nutrition education, professional support, and disbursement of USDA funds to family child care providers for serving nutritious
meals and snacks.
Heartland Child Nutrition is a free program for ALL licensed and self-certified providers who base their child care business in a home atmosphere. We invite you to view the pages on our website to learn more about what Heartland Child Nutrition can offer you. The financial support, as well as our friendly staff support and education opportunities for both providers and children, will enhance your childcare and please the families you serve.
Call or e-mail us to enroll in our program. We would be happy to have you join the nearly 500 other family child care providers participating in the Heartland Child Nutrition program in North Dakota!
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone - 701-250-0140 or 1-800-366-6793 (ND toll free)
Fax - 701-250-0144
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