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• to pursue health equity by providing resources and support to programs that serve households experiencing food insecurity and to do so with cultural humility • to actively disrupt systemic inequity in pursuit of high-quality care and education opportunities for all
Partners in Quality Care was formed in June 2015 to address the unmet need for sponsors of the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) in Minnesota. We sought to become the first CACFP sponsor of homeless shelters and adult day care centers in Minnesota and also sponsor independent child care centers and afterschool programs.Our approach is unique. Partners in Quality Care is striving to serve the needs of populations that are left out of the current system; those populations are primarily low-income communities of color with limited English proficiency and limited resources.
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