Nutritional Excellence Awards
Enter to Win $250 for your program!
In partnership with Peach State Health Plan, Quality Care for Children (QCC) wants to recognize Georgia providers participating in the Child Care Food Program (CACFP) that have gone above and beyond in their commitment to serve nutritious meals and provide engaging learning experiences for children to form healthy habits. This year also marks the CACFP’s 50th Birthday and we invite you to celebrate with us to help bring awareness to this critical program.
In May, QCC and Peach State Health Plan will be giving away 6 prize packages that include $250 and a Peach State swag bag to child care programs in Georgia. Below are several ways that you can win a prize package for your program and get state-wide recognition! All entries must be submitted by Tuesday, May 1st. Only programs sponsored by QCC can enter. Programs can enter multiple times and for all three categories, but can only receive one prize per program.
Above & Beyond Awards (tWO $250 prizes awarded)
Provide 3 pictures and tell us in less than 5 sentences how your program has gone Above & Beyond to provide nutritious meals and education to the children in your care. Examples might include:
- nutrition/cooking activities
- family engagement events
- farm to ECE initiatives
- cook training and support
- delicious (and beautiful) meals
- scratch cooking
- local fruits and produce
- educational and edible gardens
CACFP 50th Birthday (two $250 prizes awarded)
Show your love for the CACFP program by helping us celebrate its 50th birthday! Simply upload a picture or video of your program celebrating. Celebration ideas might include:
- 50th birthday artwork
- A birthday “cake” made from fruits/vegetables
- Group picture with a birthday sign
- Sing happy birthday with children and staff
Peach State Facebook Giveaway! (One $250 Prize Awarded)
All you have to do is like this post on Facebook, comment _________________________, and then share it. That’s it! We will randomly select one lucky providers to win a prize package. You must like, comment, AND share to be entered to win!
CACFP Facebook Giveaway! (one $250 prize awarded)
And another easy chance to win! All you have to do is like this post on Facebook, comment 1 thing you love about the CACFP (or working with QCC), and then share it. That’s it! We will randomly select one lucky providers to win a prize package. You must like, comment, AND share to be entered to win!
Peach State Health Plan provides health care services to families through the PeachCare for Kids® Program which includes:
- Free Boys & Girls Club Memberships for members age 6-18 at participating clubs.
- Free Transportation for doctor’s appointments, pharmacy visits and non-urgent care.
- Free Dental and Vision Services
- Peach Pays Wellness Rewards that pays eligible members up to $290 in gift and incentive cards just for staying on top of their preventive care.
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