Michigan FCCLA's Community Service Activity

 

 

Deadline is March 1st

 

 

This year’s State Community Service Activity is being tied in with the national FCCLA program, Financial Fitness. Financial Fitness engages members in teaching one another how to earn, spend, save, and protect money wisely.

 

Through FCCLA’s Financial Fitness program, members plan and carry out projects that help them and their peers learn to become wise financial managers and smart consumers. FCCLA members can build their peers’ financial literacy and teach them skills for managing their finances.

 

Financial Fitness Units

 

  • Earning - sharpen on-the-job financial fitness

  • Spending - track and plan personal spending

  • Saving - conquer bank accounts, credit, and investments

  • Protecting - keep financial and personal interests safe

 

For the Michigan FCCLA State Community Service Activity, a chapter must complete:

  • One activity in any unit in to receive the Bronze award

  • Two activities in any unit to receive the Silver award

  • Three activites in any unit to receive the Gold award

 

 

2021 Michigan FCCLA Community Service Activity Recognition Form

 

 

 

Be sure to also submit your projects to earn recognition at the national level!


For more information, and ideas, go to: http://fcclainc.org/programs/student-body.php