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Community Service and National Outreach Project
Scroll down for a look at the national outreach project for this year: LEAD4CHANGE.

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The FCCLA Community Service program guides students to develop, plan, carry out, and evaluate projects that improve the quality of life in their communities. Community Service helps young people build skills for family, career, and community roles; provides youth-centered learning experiences related to Family and Consumer Sciences education; and encourages young people to develop the positive character traits of trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and citizenship.

National Awards: Top Middle School - $ 1,000; Top High School - $1,000; Runner-Up Award - $500

Click the button below to link to the national FCCLA Web site section with additional information on the program awards application process.
Program Apps link


Awards from Virginia FCCLA

The Virginia Association recognizes those chapters who submit the complete program award application online to national FCCLA by their March 1 deadline. Names of the submitting chapters are printed in the state conference program, appear on the screens during a conference general session, receive a program ribbon for their conference name badges, and receive a program award certificate. Click the button below to open an MSWord document with instructions and information on Virginia's program award process.

How to Get Ribbons

Direct questions about Virginia's recognition for national programs participation to:
Deborah Will
6245 Greenwick Drive ~ Glen Allen, VA  23059 

Wilson Middle School
2019 National Community Service Middle School Winner - $500

2020 Virginia FCCLA State Conference Outreach Project Activities

Chapters attending the 2020 State Leadership and Recognition Conference are encouraged to support the outreach projects selected as part of the conference activities. This year's project will be determined by the state officers in the fall and will be announced here and in the state conference information.

Outreach Project Donation Form - form to support the 2020 conference outreach project (due March 15) will be available in November.


Congratulations to:

Page County High School
2019 National Community Service High School Winner

Wilson Middle School
2019 National Community Service Middle School Winner

2019 Virginia Award Winners in
Community Service

Alleghany High School
Beverley Manor Middle School
Blacksburg High School
Broadway High School
Buckingham Career & Tech Center
Buffalo Gap High School
Burton Center For Arts And Technology
Carl Sandburg Middle School
Central High School - Shenandoah
City of Fairfax Jr. FCCLA
Cornerstone Christian Academy
Culpeper County High School
Deep Run High School
Eastern View High School
Eastside High School
Elkton Middle School
Franklin County High School
Gate City High School
Giles High School
Godwin High School
Grayson County CATE Center
James Wood High School
Lake Braddock Secondary School
Liberty High School - Bedford
Lord Botetourt High School
Millbrook High School
Mountain View High School
Nansemond River High School
New Horizons Culinary
New Horizons Early Childhood
Norfolk Tech - B Day
Page County High School
Page County Middle School
Powhatan High School
Riverheads High School
Robert E. Aylor Middle School
Robert E. Lee High School - Staunton
Rye Cove High School
Scott County Career & Tech Center
Signal Knob Middle School
Stonewall Jackson High School - Shenandoah
Strasburg High School
Stuarts Draft Middle School
Tallwood High School
Tazewell High School
Turner Ashby High School
Tuscarora High School
Warren County Middle School
Wilson Memorial High School
Wilson Middle School
Woodrow Wilson High School

Page County High School
2019 National Community Service High School Winner - $1,000

National FCCLA Outreach Project 2019-20

Virginia FCCLA chapters are encouraged to participate in the 2019-20 outreach project benefiting LEAD4CHANGE.

Participating in the Lead4Change (formerly Lead2Feed) program is turnkey and easy to do! If you're already registered for the program, log in to access lessons, resources, and more on their website: https://www.lead4change.org/


Let national FCCLA staff know if you have any questions about registering, submitting your project, or Lead4Change in general!

Visit http://www.fcclainc.org/programs/national-outreach-project-overview.php to learn more.