Explore your personal wellness before embarking on a journey of serving others!
Count Me In! With countless definitions of being “fit” and getting “in shape,” we also must consider our financial fitness as a component of our well-being. In 2021-22, we’re focusing on financial fitness as this year’s State Outreach Project, striving to be our best selves by developing our financial literacy skills and challenging others to join us on our journey.
Grant Opportunity: Due October 18
The Montana Association of Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) has partnered with several organizations to promote financial wellness by awarding grants to up to 10 chapters who plan and carry out projects that help them and their peers become financially fit. These grants can be used to support your project in anyway.
Click here to view the grant requirements and submit the application.
Grant award announcements: October 25th
Reports Due: March 1st
Any chapter who completed traffic safety programming in their community is encouraged to submit an activities report to be eligible for a cash award. Chapters do not have to have submitted a grant application to be eligible. Up to $2,500 in cash awards will be given to chapters completing projects in their communities. Awards will be announced at the State Leadership Conference in March. Award money can be spent at the discretion of the chapter to support chapter programming.
1st Place: $2,500
2nd Place: $1,500
3rd Place: $1,000