Partner News & Updates
Mandatory TEFAP Civil Rights Training
The Temporary Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP) requires all staff and volunteers who have direct contact with guests and/or handle confidential information to receive civil rights training on an annual basis.
Print out the training presentation and present to your staff and volunteers and have them sign the training log sheet once training has been completed. The training log sheet must be kept on site for three years and will be confirmed during bi-annual site visits.
TEFAP also requires that any TEFAP product that needs to be disposed of, for any reason, must be reported on the TEFAP Loss Report, which must be kept on site for three years and will be confirmed during bi-annual site visits.
Download the latest calendar (updated August 2, 2018)
Please note calendar is subject to change.
Calendar will be updated as changes occur.
For peer group information,
contact Matthew Griffin, Director of Health & Nutrition
Revised Nutrition Policy Effective July 1, 2016
Click here for information on the Food Bank of the Southern Tier’s Nutrition Policy