Afterschool Program

The Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) is a USDA program that provides reimbursement for healthy meals and snacks for youth at afterschool school, childcare, and daycare centers. Nationally this program provides healthy meals and snacks to over 3 million children. End Child Hunger SC will work to establish new afterschool enrichment sites, connect existing afterschool program sites with the CACFP program, and work with community partners to improve outreach and enhance programming at afterschool enrichment sites. If you would like to get involved in our afterschool program efforts please e-mail

If you are interested in finding an existing afterschool program visit:

SC Afterschool Alliance provides a supportive statewide network comprising: partnerships among state government agencies, municipal leaders, private foundations, local school districts, higher education, 1,242 diverse afterschool and summer learning program providers and other critical stakeholders.


Summer Food Service Program


A USDA program that provides up to 2 free meals during the summer to youth ages 3-18. Currently 1 out of 5 low-income youth participate in the program during the summer. To increase the number of youth served by this program End Child Hunger SC has established county-wide workgroups in: Kershaw, Lexington, Newberry, and Richland counties to increase the number of sites, solve transportation barriers, change the program to an enrichment experience, and improve the outreach of the program. Webinars have also been established to provide best practices. If you are interested in getting involved please e-mail us at

Community Eligibility Provision

A provision of the 2010 Hunger-Free Kids Act allows schools that have a 40% or higher ratio of students that receive or qualify for free lunch to eat breakfast and lunch for free. Currently 350 out of 700 schools that qualify in South Carolina participate including all schools in Richland School District One. End Child Hunger SC has established a workgroup in partnership with SC Appleseed to encourage the remaining schools that qualify for the Community Eligibility Provision to opt-in. If you are interested in getting involved please e-mail us at