North Carolina Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program - Partner


Become a Partner

NC EFNEP partners with a variety of organizations and agencies to reach limited resource school age youth and families with young children. Key partners in the program include:

  • County Governments
  • NC Division of Public Health
  • NC Department of Public Instruction
  • NC Department of Social Services
  • NC Department of Parks and Recreation
  • Community College GED and ESL programs
  • WIC
  • Smart Start
  • Head Start
  • Local Faith-based organizations
  • After-school and day care centers
  • Housing Authorities
  • Migrant centers
  • Homeless Shelters
  • Food Banks
  • Family Courts
  • Many non-profit organizations serving limited resource families and youth

EFNEP provides the following to our partners:

  • Well-trained staff to conduct and deliver the program
  • Evidence-based curricula with proven results
  • Detailed impact reports for partners
  • Equipment needed for lesson delivery and food preparation
  • All participant materials including handouts and skill builders to help participants practice new skills at home

We ask our partners to provide:

  • Facility to meet participants (kitchen is optional)
  • Audience (limited resource school-age youth or families with young children)
  • Demonstration Supplies (food for preparation activity –average of $5 per session for a group of 10-12)
  • Adequate Time for program delivery to meet EFNEP objectives
  • Contact person

Click here to register as a partner