Minnesota FCCLA is a Lead State Agency for 3 Service Events.
Learn more about the Triple Crown of Service Award for FCCLA Chapters
Next service effort is for Martin Luther King Jr Day of Service
The survey monkey link to report your chapter involvement in Martin Luther King Jr Day is:
Part 2 of the triple crown-Martin Luther King Jr Day Event
During the month of January, plan a service event to deal with financial literacy, or help financial needs of persons in your school or community.
Part 3-of the triple crown-Global Youth Service Day
The Survey Monkey Link to report your GYSDAY projects is:
During the GYSDAY weekend, plan a service event for helping your community. Participate in the state conference on-site service event.
Global Youth Service Day (GYSD) is an annual celebration of young volunteers around the world. It is designed to encourage youth to participate in community service and service-learning and to honor those who have contributed to their communities through voluntary commitment. GYSD is usually observed on a weekend in April, beginning on Friday and ending on Sunday.
Previous efforts included:
Over 1735 youth volunteers served military persons during the Month of September (or on September 11) , FCCLA chapters honored military persons, or veterans in their community.
Resources from Operation Gratitude:
“Sort and label letters by Deployed Troop, Veteran, New Recruit, and First Responder. Place all sorted letters and artwork in a large envelope or box. (Please, NO INDIVIDUAL ENVELOPES.)
21100 Lassen Street
Chatsworth, CA 91311
*Please download, fill out, and include a Donation Form in each
box you send to us. The form can be found on our website at
Chapter Report link https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/J6Z7TXG Please report by Sept 11 (end of day) or Sept 15 if possible.
Chapters can use custom postcards to write messages to military, veterans, military families and send to Operation Gratitude.
Develop a 911 message for your school announcements.
Invite military or veterans to your school or chapter to speak.
What Do People Do?
Every year on Global Youth Service Day, youth organizations, schools and individuals around the world realize thousands of projects. They focus on voluntary community service and range from learning sessions about current social and environmental challenges to clean-up actions, nursing home visits, and concerts. In previous years, the total number of projects on all five continents was 4467.
Global Youth Service Day was launched as National Youth Service Day in 1988. It is coordinated by Youth Service America, and most of the projects are based in the United States. However, a growing number of volunteers from other parts of the world take part in the activities each year.
Global Youth Service Day
State Officers are planning service events and celebrations for the State Conference.
- Global Youth Service Day: April 17-19, 2020
MN Family, Career and Community Leaders of America ( FCCLA) will develop youth-organized workshops, conferences, and projects in 5 FCCLA Areas. Youth will lead peer education efforts to influence their peers to develop service efforts. We will partner with other programs to bring information and inspiration to their peers in workshops and assemblies and develop service-learning programs around these issues for children, near-peers or their peers. Members will demonstrate “what they know” in MN FCCLA STAR Events (Students Taking Action with Recognition) presentations before an evaluation team. Youth leaders will plan a 2 day Youth Summit that includes Service-learning and in November and a 3-day conference highlighting their plans and an on -site project in March 2019.