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FY 2022 School Breakfast Program Expansion Grant for U.S. Territories

The Child Nutrition Act of 1966 (the Act), Section 23 (42 USC 1793), as amended by Section 105 of the Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 (PL 111-296), authorizes funds to provide grants on a competitive basis to state agencies and U.S. Territories. An amount of $2.8 million is available for award to the U.S. Territories (Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, the United States Virgin Islands, Guam, and American Samoa) to expand the School Breakfast Program (SBP) or any other school breakfast provided to students by the school or U.S. Territory.

The purpose of the SBP expansion grants is to provide grants, not to exceed $10,000 per school year, to qualifying schools to establish, maintain, or expand the SBP or other school breakfast program provided by the school or U.S. Territory. All schools located within U.S. Territories are considered “qualifying schools” for the purposes of this grant opportunity.

The SBP is a federally assisted meal program that was established in 1966. It provides categorical grants to assist public and nonprofit private schools and residential childcare institutions that serve breakfasts to “nutritionally needy” children. The SBP operates in the same manner as the National School Lunch Program. U.S. Territories that provide an alternate school breakfast to students are also eligible to apply to this grant.

Grant Awards (September 2022)

Puerto Rico - $2,000,000

The Puerto Rico State Agency, Food and Nutrition Services (PRSA-FNS) seeks to establish and maintain, an efficient School Breakfast Program (SBP) by increasing participation and expanding the nutritional content and/or quality of the food served. To meet these objectives, PRSA-FNS plans to do the following activities: (1) Training campaign to reinforce, train, and disseminate the nutritional values of the breakfast service, (2) Public Media Campaign Development of a menu and service more accessible to children, (3) Schedule of supporting visits for assistance in the programmatic areas that serve as part of the SBP, (4) Implementation strategies for multiple and innovative modalities for offering service, (5) Technical assistance and support to sponsors. For additional information on this project, contact Miliana Rivera Colon at

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