Living to Serve
FFA embraces the idea of building stronger communities.
The last line of the FFA motto, “Living to Serve,” signifies the vital role service plays in our organization.
The Living to Serve platform empowers every student in every classroom to make a positive impact in their community. FFA provides quality programs, resources, recognition and opportunities for our members to put their leadership into action through service engagement.
Help highlight how New York is putting our leadership into action through service projects that benefit local communities. Right now there are two opportunities to receive funding to support service activities.
The Semester-Long Living to Serve Grant is now open and due by September 1. This grant provides middle/high school FFA chapters with up to $1,200 to implement a service-learning project in their community for one semester. The Day of Service Mini-Grant offers alumni or middle/high school chapters with up to $400 to conduct a one-time service event. This application is open all year.
The application process is easy, and you can pick which grant best suits your chapter’s Program of Activities. Apply today at FFA.org/LivingToServe.
If you have questions, the Living to Serve team is here to help. You can email them at LTS@FFA.org.