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- Turning TV into Reality! [ No comments]
- April 27, 2012
As president of Deep Run High Schools’s FCCLA Chapter, I was tasked to think of a big project for FCCLA Week that was fun, interactive, and supportive of Share Our Strength, the National Outreach Partner for FCCLA. After watching the show, Cake Boss, I was inspired! I changed the rules and formatted it to fit into a typical high school and thus, FCCLA Cake Boss was born. The idea was simple: have teachers create and decorate their own cakes and have the students vote on their favorites.
Tags: fccla , fundraiser , teacher competition , unique fundraisers , youth
- Hunger Day Fundraiser [ 2 comments]
- March 30, 2012
After tossing around several ideas for FCCLA’s National Outreach Project, my chapter decided to host a Hunger Day at our school. On this day, students, teachers, and faculty could show their support of Share Our Strength by signing the No Kid Hungry Pledge, buying an event t-shirt, and fasting during the school day.
Tags: fccla , fundraiser , hunger day , no kid hungry pledge , youth
- Five Steps on How to Plan a Fundraiser [ No comments]
- March 9, 2012
The Family, Career, Community Leaders of America, FCCLA, is proud to have Share Our Strength as the National Outreach Partner for the next five years. FCCLA is a national organization of over 200,000 High School and Middle School students across the United States who are developing leadership skills through Family and Consumer Sciences education. For the next five years FCCLA students will be hosting fundraising events across the United States to not only raise funds for No Kid Hungry but to bring awareness to the issue of childhood hunger in America.
Tags: fccla , fundraising , students , youth