Sponsor Management Plan and Budget

Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) sponsors of homes must submit a management plan.  The plan must provide documentation from the sponsor illustrating measurable expected performance outcomes.  The standards for those outcomes are defined by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) regulations and focus on the Sponsors' financial viability, organizational capability, and accountability (internal controls).

A complete management plan is required once on the original application with updates annually. Instructions, related documents and worksheets are provided to assist sponsoring organizations in the preparation of materials needed to complete the submission of a management plan.

  • Approval of Expenses for Child and Adult Care Food Program Labor - 2/28/14
    This guidance is intended to assist sponsors of family day care homes when submitting requests to the Minnesota Department of Education (MDE)-Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) for approval of hiring when creating a new position, or hiring to fill a vacant position.
  • Civil Rights: Nine Areas of Compliance for Family Day Care Home Providers - 2/28/14  pdf iconPDF 
    Sponsor staff and providers who interact with program participants must be provided civil rights training annually. This handout lists the minimum nine required subjects described in the United States Department of Agriculture Food and Nutrition Service Instruction 113-1, Section XI Civil Rights Training.
  • Outside Employment Policy form (Handout C) - 2/4/14
    Sample template for sponsors to use and adapt as a policy for Child and Adult Care Food Program staff that may also have other employment.
  • Principal Identification - 8/19/14
    Required form for Child and Adult Care Food Program sponsors to report the date of birth for all principals. Each member of the governing board as well as the executive director must be represented.
  • Sponsor Monitoring and Non-Monitoring Activity Guidelines - 5/21/14
    This guide clarifies the types of work roles considered to be monitoring duties or non-monitoring duties as sponsors prepare the annual monitoring staff ratios form each year.