Montana FCCLA Is… Service Learning
Service learning brings community service and service learning together. FCCLA facilitates efforts through chapter, state and national activities.
Highlight opportunities for chapters to build unique service learning projects for their own communities. These can include projects in nutrition, bullying, family relations and endless other possibilities.
Each year Montana FCCLA Selects a State Outreach Project with a partner organization to reach to the community and help work towards a cause. The goal of this project is to have each student get actively involved in making a difference by uniting together. FCCLA wants members to experience and know firsthand that even a small effort made by many can have a huge and positive impact on others.
Since 2007, Montana FCCLA has raised over $111,000 to help Montana Communities.
- 2007-09 – March of Dimes – $12,880.90
- 2009-11 – Children’s Miracle Network – $29,693.13
- 2011-13 – Make a Wish Foundation – $40,148.20
- 2014 – Share our Strength – $10,023.84 (top FCCLA fundraising state nation-wide)
- 2015 – Share our Strength – $12,249 (top FCCLA fundraising state nation-wide)
- 2016 – Lead2Feed – $6,750
- 2017 – Lead2Fead – $850 dollars raised; 1600 meals served; 1300 pounds of food collected
- 2018 – Vision Zero: Traffic Safety Educational Programming
- 2019 – Vision Zero: Traffic Safety Educational Programming
- 2020 – Vision Zero: Traffic Safety Educational Programming
- 2021 – Count Me In: Financial Education
- 2022 – IncREDible Youth: Distracted Driving and Student Body
- 2023 – Financial Fitness: Distracted Driving
Through their involvement in projects, service learning and chapter leadership activities Montana FCCLA members gain valuable career and workforce-readiness skills. Monthly, Montana FCCLA members are asked to track and report the hours they spend in direct service, indirect service, advocacy, leadership, fundraising and work experience.