In 2019, Montana FCCLA adopted the Resilient You: Positively Impacting Wellbeing as its State Outreach Project. Through educational programming and service learning, we believe our chapters can make an impact within their local school districts and/or communities. Each chapter is encouraged to develop a project that is meaningful and impactful to their specific region in Montana.
Student Body is a national FCCLA peer education program helps young people learn to eat right, be fit, and build resiliency. Through this program, young people plan and carry out projects that help them and their peers positively impact wellbeing within themselves and their communities.
Grants Available to Design and Implement Programs:
The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) and Montana Family Career and Community Leaders of America have partnered for another year to promote traffic safety projects. Grants will be awarded to chapters who plan and carry out projects that help their peers make good decisions to reduce the number of deaths on Montana’s roads.
MDT Contract Funds: sponsored by National Highway Traffic Safety Administration – chapters may receive up to $1000 for curriculum.
Carefully read the following Grant Application to understand the requirements of each funding source.
Amount: Up to $1000
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until December 6th.Learn More & Apply Here