Forms

TEFAP Section 4000: Managing the Program

The Emergency Food Assistance Program Handbook Section 4000
Managing the Program.

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Agency Intake Sheet

This form must be submitted by all member agencies that pick up donations from grocery stores in our 13-county area.

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TEFAP Agreement

The Emergency Food Assistance Program Agreement Between Contracting Entity and Site.

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The Emergency Food Assistance Program

This form must be filled out and is required in order to receive USDA Foods through TEFAP.

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Income Eligibility Guidelines

The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP), Income Eligibility Guidelines for 2018-2019.

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TEFAP Participant Agreement

Participant Agreement, Rights, Obligations, and Fair Hearing Request.

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Justice for All Poster

Declaration of civil rights, regulations and policies.

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Written Notice of Beneficiary Rights

The Emergency Food Assistance Program Written Notice of Beneficiary Rights

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Written Notice of Beneficiary Rights (Spanish)

The Emergency Food Assistance Program Written Notice of Beneficiary Rights

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Beneficiary Referral Request

The Emergency Food Assistance Program and the Commodity Supplemental Food Program Beneficiary Referral Request

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Beneficiary Referral Request (Spanish)

The Emergency Food Assistance Program and the Commodity Supplemental Food Program Beneficiary Referral Request

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Civil Rights Training

Online Education and Self Study. This webinar provides an overview of the new administrative review process.

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Member Agency Change of Information

This form is used to inform the Food Bank of all significant changes to your program so that our records accurately represent your program.

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