In partnership with the Montana Department of Transportation, chapters are encouraged to conduct ‘distracted driving’ programming in their community.
$20,000 in grant funds are available to support chapter project implementation. Click here to learn more and apply.
- Deadlines: Priority (November 18) Final deadline (December 9)
$5,000 will be awarded to innovative chapter projects!
- Submit a report online by March 1
Build a stronger student body in your community by conducting a project to help others learn to make informed responsible choices for their physical and mental health.
Montana FCCLA has partnered with Youth Service America which will allow chapters to apply for up to $200 to carry out projects related to the state outreach project.
This year the State Executive Council has decided to focus on using the Student Body National Program to focus on mental health and wellbeing. FCCLA chapters have the opportunity to apply for funding to help offset the cost of their project through the Montana FCCLA website. Projects should have at least one activity on Martin Luther King Day On January 16, 2023 and encourage all youth to participate in the day of service. The funds can be used to purchase supplies, provide equipment or pay for snacks for the Day of Service.
Chapters should encourage non members to participate, work with elementary age students or other youth organizations to get as many youth involved as possible.
Plan now to help Montana FCCLA reach the goal of 1000 youth involved in service projects across Montana on January 16, 2023, Martin Luther King Day of Service.
2023 Day of Service YSA GrantChapters interested in receiving funding for their Day of Service activities through YSA should complete this grant application.