Creating Healthy School Food Environments
The Healthy School Food Collaborative team provides a wide range of services to help schools establish and maintain nutritious meal programs and good dietary habits. Our team of contracting specialists, licensed nutritionists and dietitians, certified occupational safety specialists (COSS), DOE-certified school food service managers, and national and local food service management relationships are experts in the administration of National School Lunch Programs (NSLP), School Breakfast Programs (SBP), and Child and Adult Care Food Programs (CACFP). We understand the importance of nutrition in supporting the academic and social growth of students, and we are dedicated to providing the highest quality services so that schools can focus on what they do best. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you establish a healthy school food program.
School Food Authority Formation
HSFC helps schools who want to participate in the National School Lunch (NSLP) and Breakfast (NSB) Programs become their own School Food
HSFC administrative oversight and reporting support alleviates compliance and regulatory requirements that are part of operating a food service
Summer Food Service Programs
HSFC helps implement and manage summer food service programs offered by schools and community organizations so food is accessible when school is
HSFC Grant Writing Services
Child nutrition and food service grants help clients gain valuable funding to support the set-up and operation of food
Procurement and RFP Management
HSFC establishes vendor contracts that work to sustain food program operations. We improve vendor contracts and budgets.
Logistic Solutions and Delivery
HSFC logistic solutions and innovative food delivery programs ensure access to food in schools, curbside pickup, or home delivery.
Child and Adult Food Programs
The non-profit division of HSFC provides administrative oversight and management support for school and community CACFP programs.
Nutrition Consulting Services
Dietitians at HSFC work closely with our school food program operators and community food programs to ensure meals and snacks meet Federal Nutrition Standards.
School Food Program Management
HSFC works with schools and school districts to manage their food service and child nutrition program so administrators can focus on students and academics.
How do I know I need a consultant to pursue a grant?
Applying for a grant can be a daunting task. There are many different types of grants available, and the process of applying for one can be time-consuming and complex. If your organization does not have the time or expertise to pursue available grant awards, you may want to consider hiring a consultant. A consultant can help you navigate the process of applying for a grant and increase your chances of success. Furthermore, a consultant can provide valuable insight into which grants are most likely to be funded and how to best use the funds to support your program. If you are thinking about pursuing a grant, hiring a consultant may be the best way to ensure success.