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Accessing Funding through the At-Risk Afterschool Snack and Supper Program: Frequently Asked Questions

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Thursday, June 10, 2010
At-Risk Afterschool Snack and Supper Program FAQs NYSAN

The At-Risk Afterschool Snack and Supper Program is a federally-funded nutrition assistance program that helps qualifying programs provide free snacks and suppers to youth and teenagers. Throughout New York State (NYS), over 1,000 programs and schools participate in the At-Risk Afterschool Snack and Supper Program.

This list of frequently asked questions prepared by the New York State Afterschool Network provides answers for schools and community-based organizations that are interested in applying for federal funds to support meal programs.

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