Several parents have told us that when looking for their child’s next school they will only consider programs that provide meals because of the convenience, nutritional aspects and their child’s varied palate and how well they eat at our program thanks to spoonFULL.
Child Care Services Association’s (CCSA) Meal Services Program is now spoonFULL. New name, new look, same great taste! After years of exciting growth, our meal services program needed an update to better reflect who we are and all we have to offer. We’re excited to share with you spoonFULL from the kitchens at CCSA.
Since April 20, 2020, CCSA’s Meal Services’ Durham kitchen has been providing 200 breakfasts and 200 lunches each day to children in Durham through Durham FEAST.
Child Care Services Association (CCSA) releases “Food Insecurity in Children Ages Birth to Five: An Analysis of Childhood Food Insecurity in Wake, Durham and Orange Counties” report Chapel Hill, N.C., January 13, 2020: In North Carolina, one in five children is at risk of hunger, according to Feeding America, and according
Children observed CCSA Meal Services’ food prep, saw some kitchen tools and even taste-tested a new recipe prepared for the occasion. They now have a visual of what goes into making our meals.
Parent Rachel says her son has asked her many times to make CCSA’s Meal Services’ soup, salad dressing, chicken, greens and more…