Living to Serve

National FFA is excited to announce that the Spring Semester-Long Living to Serve grant application is now open and available in both English and Spanish! Middle and high school chapters may apply for up to $1,200 to support semester-long service-learning projects that address community needs in one of four focus areas:
• Community Safety;
• Hunger, Health and Nutrition;
• Environmental Responsibility and
• Community Engagement 

To access the application visit www.ffa.org/livingtoserve/grants .  Applications are due February 1, 2019.  Thank you in advance for your support in helping to publicize this funding opportunity to your local chapters.  Be sure to stay informed of all the Living to Serve opportunities by visiting the website at FFA.org/livingtoserve.  Please direct any questions to the Local Engagement Team at LTS@FFA.org.

Does your FFA chapter have a service event planned for National FFA Week? Maybe you are planning to host a winter safe driving day for your community.

FFA offers Day of Service Mini-Grants for up to $400 to support one-day service events in the areas of Community Safety; Hunger, Health and Nutrition; Environmental Responsibility; or Community Engagement.

The application is easy and can be found at FFA.org/LivingToServe/grants.

If you have questions, reach out to the Living to Serve team, LTS@FFA.org. Don’t wait, apply today!

Learn more about the Living to Serve Platform and Grants.

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If you have questions, the Living to Serve team is here to help. You can email them at LTS@FFA.org.