Minnesota FCCLA is a Lead State Agency FOR GLOBAL YOUTH SERVICE DAY!
We are challenging members to Do Service Projects.
- Honor your community First Responders.
- Write to Military persons, send to Operation Gratitude for distribution.
- Say thank you to Police, Sheriff Dept, Highway Patrol and others.
- Thank those who respond to emergencies such as nurses, emergency room personale, school officials.
911 Day of Service
911 MN FCCLA-STEPS FOR ENGAGEMENT pdf
Service Project Ideas for 911 DAY OF SERVICE
MN FCCLA-Operation Gratitude mailing instructions for 911 Day 2022
Post cards to Veterans, Active Military, First Responders
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
LETTER DETAILS- 9 11 service project
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.
MN FCCLA is a Lead Agency for Global Youth Service with Youth Service America.
Lead Agencies are a vital part of increasing youth participation in their communities by engaging new youth volunteers for the first time on national days of service. The primary role of a Lead Agency is to convene a coalition of partners who will collectively activate youth – especially those in middle and high school in under-served communities who aren’t usually asked to participate.
What Do People Do FOR SERVICE PROJECTS?
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.
MN Family, Career and Community Leaders of America ( FCCLA) will develop youth-organized workshops, conferences, and projects. 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.