Share Our Strength & FCCLA Join to end childhood hunger in America!
This year 1 in 5 kids in America will struggle with hunger but YOU can help. If every FCCLA student raises just $1, FCCLA can connect children across America with over 2 million meals!
Learn about childhood hunger in your state and how to get involved. We’ve got lots of resources to help you learn more about the issue of childhood hunger and help make your fundraising activities a huge success.
Register to raise funds for No Kid Hungry. Chapters only need to register once. If you registered last year you are good to go! Only registered chapters will be eligible for incentives prizes and recognition at Nationals.
Already raised funds for No Kid Hungry? Share your story and photos by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org . We are always looking for great stories to feature at the National Leadership Conference.
No Kid Hungry
A great first step to helping to end childhood hunger is to take the No Kid Hungry Pledge. By taking the pledge, you are adding your voice to the movement of people committed to ending childhood hunger in America.
HUNGER AFFECTS 16.2 MILLION AMERICAN KIDS – THAT’S 1 IN 5 – BUT YOU CAN HELP!
Get started by choosing a fundraising activity to complete with your chapter.
Bake Sale for No Kid Hungryhour
Hosting a bake sale is a fun way to raise money to fight childhood hunger.Get Started Now!
Sell No Kid Hungry Gearhour
Sell these fun orange sunglasses for $5 or more each and help to raise both funds and awareness for our nation's hungry children.Get Started Now!
Coins (or Dollars) For Kidshour
Everyone has plenty of loose change - raise awareness and funds by collecting dollars and coins from friends, family, students, teachers and staff.Get Started Now!
Sell Share Our Strength Pin Upshour
Sell these pin ups in your school for $1 each and help to raise both funds and awareness for our nation's hungry children.Get Started Now!
All checks should be made payable to Share Our Strength and have your FCCLA Chapter name and ID/City/Zip Code in the memo line.
Mail all checks to Share Our Strength, Attn: FCCLA Fundraising, 1730 M St, Ste. 700, Washington, DC 20036. Or use the return envelope enclosed in your Great American Bake Sale toolkit. If you are sending funds for several chapters in one check, please attach a spreadsheet with the following information: Total raised by each chapter, Chapter ID number, State and City.
Listen to previous webinars or plan to attend future webinars!
- August 20th 2012: VP of Community Service Webinar – “How to get your chapter excited about fundraising for Share Our Strength.” Listen and watch the recording here.
- September 10th 2012: Adviser and Student Webinar – “We are Share Our Strength; an introduction to the National Outreach Project.” Listen and watch the recording here.
Deadline: May 1, 2013
**Please remember that in order to receive recognition, you must send your check to Share Our Strength’s National Headquarters.**
Each chapter that raises funds for Share Our Strength will receive fun incentives similar to past years! !
- If your chapter raised $500 – Share Our Strength Wristband
- If your chapter raised $1,000 – Share Our Strength Pin
- If your chapter raised $2,000 – Share Our Strength Sunglasses
- If your chapter raises $4,000 – Share Our Strength T-shirt
Share Your Story:
We are always on the lookout for great photos to share on social media and at the National Leadership Conference. To share photos of your fundraiser in action please email FCCLA@strength.org.
If Your Single Fundraising Event Raises the Most:
Your chapter or state will be recognized on stage at the National Leadership Conference as well as receive the Share Our Strength trophy. Each year, the winning chapter’s name will be engraved as permanent recognition for their amazing accomplishment! Additionally, the students in the top chapter will also receive additional Share Our Strength incentives.
If Your State Raises the Most Money:
Your state will receive a $1,000 check to use toward any FCCLA expenses. Your state adviser and state president will be recognized and presented with a plaque on stage at the National Leadership Conference in Nashville, TN.