The Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) is a Federally Funded

Program Sponsored by the USDA Farm Bill that provides healthy and nutritious USDA foods each month at no cost to eligible seniors age 60 and greater.  Central Nebraska Community Action Partnership (CNCAP) packs and distributes the CSFP packages every month at chosen locations throughout the CNCAP coverage area.  Packages contain a variety of foods, such as non-fat dry milk, ultra high temperature fluid milk, juice, Farina, oats, ready-to-eat cereal, pasta, peanut butter, cheese, canned meat or poultry, and canned fruits and vegetables.


applicants must reside in Nebraska, are citizens of the US, and must meet income guidlines set forth by the USDA.  To see if you met Federal and State guidelines, please call your location listed below, and bring the following to your appointment:


  • Current US or Nebraska ID for each person applying for commodities (birth certificate, or another document verifying date of birth)
  • Proof of address (utility bill or other mail with name and current address, and must be postmarked within the last 30 days)
  • Proof of income for everyone in the household, including those under age 60 ( pay stub, enemployment statement, tax return, social security letter, etc.)


To see how CSFP can help you please call the closest office to your home.

Columbus: (402)564-1124 Ext. 208.
Serves the following counties: Boone, Colfax, Nance & Platte.



Grand Island: (308)385-5505.
Serves the following counties: Greeley, Hall, Hamilton, Howard & Merrick.



Loup City:
 (308)745-0780.
Serves the following counties: Blaine, Custer, Garfield, Greeley, Howard, Loup,

Sherman, Valley & Wheeler.




O’Neill: (402)336-4298 Ext. 14.
​Serves the following counties: Boyd, Brown, Cherry (East), Holt, Keya Paha, Rock & Wheeler.​


Commodity Supplemental Food Program

Nebraska Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) Income Guidelines For Senior Applicants


These income guidelines are 130% of the Federal Poverty Income Guidelines published annually by the Department of Health and Human Services.


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Vision Statement


Central Nebraska Community Action Partnership will strive to “Empower individuals and families while guiding them in the process to become self-sufficient and experience an improved quality of life.”​

Our vision includes:
Empowering individuals and families while guiding them in the process to become self sufficient and experience an improved quality of life.

This process includes enriching relationships, communities and partnerships to further secure resources and collaborate for efficient and effective utilization of all resources for optimum service delivery and positive life changes.

Partnerships with other resources help us lengthen our reach, fill service gaps & break down barriers to achieve our ultimate goal of ending poverty.

Working with the communities we serve, Central Nebraska Community Action Partnership is a trusted catalyst for meaningful and lasting change that improves the lives of people.