Working Together to Serve Our Community
We’re committed to working with you, our Community Agency Network, to maintain a positive partnership with the vision of ensuring Chester County’s food insecure community has access to real, healthy food. Each member agency plays a unique role in this work. Our work together is about more than food. It is also about capacity, support, engagement, education, and advocacy. We work with each of you to serve our community.
If you can’t find the resources you need below, email Agency Relations or call 610-873-6000 x130
AGENCY AGREEMENT & HANDBOOK
CIVIL RIGHTS TRAINING
TEFAP & SFPP QUARTERLY REPORT
- Click here to complete and submit your quarterly report
MONTHLY STATISTICS REPORT
- TIER 1: Click here to complete and submit your monthly report
If you prefer a hard copy of the form, download a Word document or PDF (for Tier 1).
- TIER 2: Click here to complete and submit your monthly report
If you prefer a hard copy of the form, download a Word document or PDF (for Tier 2).
BACKPACK MONTHLY ORDERS
Orders are open to registered backpack distribution sites. If you are interested in offering a backpack distribution please contact Laura Bender or call 610-873-6000 x130
- Find printable recipes here
Application for National School Lunch Program (Free & Reduced Price School Meals)
In addition to support from a local food cupboard, school age children in your home may also be eligible for a free or reduced-price school meal. The National School Lunch Program (NSLP) is a federally assisted meal program operating in public and nonprofit private schools and residential child care institutions. You can find the PA Household Application here (en español). All household applications must be returned to your child’s school for processing.
Join Our Partner Network
We rely on over 160 community partners across Chester County to get food to our neighbors in need. If you are a community service organization and would like to provide food and/or meal assistance to our neighbors in need, connect with our Community Agency Network team.
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