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Oklahoma Childhood Food Security Coalition

The Oklahoma Childhood Food Security Coalition (CFSC) seeks to improve education and health outcomes for our state’s children by increasing awareness of and access to nourishing meals outside of school hours.

Formed in 2016, the Coalition includes partners from food banks, school districts, youth development organizations, state agencies, Native American tribes, and advocacy organizations.

All children, teens, and students in Oklahoma have access to nourishing meals, improving their health and education outcomes.

OK CFSC works to expand access to nutrition programs for Oklahoma’s youth by fostering networks and connections, sharing resources to build program capacity, and advocating for improved program policies. The coalition meets via Zoom on the 3rd Thursday of each month from 9:30-11:00 AM.

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