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The Children's Services Council of Martin County, an independent special district, was created by voter referendum in 1988 to provide a dedicated funding source for local children's programs. The Council funds programs that provide a healthy foundation for children, create strong, supportive families, foster a safe community and offer children opportunities for success in school and life. Learn more at

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Please Note: These training opportunities are for professional development purposes only. Agencies are responsible for covering any costs associated with the trainings. Please contact Ellen Pethic, Manager of Finance, at (772) 288-5758 ext. 111 for questions regarding your current approved Children's Services Council budget.

Join the Food and Nutrition Service and FRAC for our next Coffee Chat as we discuss the Summer and Afterschool Meal Programs 


Summer and Afterschool Meal Programs: 

Access to Healthy Meals When School is Out


Get to know:

  • Ways to increase access to healthy meals afterschool, on the weekends and during the summer months 
  • How you can become more deeply involved in these efforts
  • Hear from program providers how they successfully operate year-round meals. 


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Share ideas, ask questions and offer tips to expand the Summer and Afterschool Meal programs.

January 28th 2015

3:00pm to 4:00pm EST

Register Here! 


Get Ready! 

For many program providers, the Afterschool Meal Program (offered through the Child and Adult Care Food Program – CACFP) is underway and it’s time to start planning for the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP). 

Get Involved!

If you are new to serving meals year-round learn how you can get Summer Feeding going  during the summer months! 

USDA Food and Nutrition Service

 Agency Funding Resources:
  • Click here for information regarding the Capen Fund for Kids, which makes small grants for children at 200% of the poverty level or below, for health-related purposes.  The contact person for more information is Laura Faber, Capen Fund Coordinator, Martin Health Foundation at 772-223-5615

State of the Child Symposium Information: