Serving others is something your chapter already does, right?
The goal of the Million Hour Challenge is for FFA chapters across the United States to collectively reach 1 million hours by completing projects around the community or school in one or all five service categories: Education, Environment, Government, Social/Human Service and Healthy Lifestyles.Log your hours now!
With the Million Hour Challenge, we asked FFA chapters nationwide if they could collectively accumulate one million community service hours. We’re proud to announce that, to date, National FFA chapters have logged 1,048,455 hours! They’ve proven, once again, that there’s no challenge too difficult for FFA, and that “living to serve” is truly part of the FFA lifestyle.
During the 2011 national FFA convention, Monsanto helped us recognize outstanding chapters in the areas of Education, Environment, Government, Healthy Lifestyles, and Social/Human Services. Each winning chapter received $2,500. The state FFA association that contributed the most hours to the challenge, and the smallest chapter with the biggest impact were also awarded $1,500 each.
This year’s winners were...
Education: Ponchatoula FFA - Ponchatoula, Louisiana
Environment: Rosewood FFA - Goldsboro, North Carolina
Government: Wolfe County FFA - Campton, Kentucky
Healthy Lifestyles: Greeley West FFA - Greeley, Colorado
Social/Human Services: Perrydale FFA - Amity, Oregon
Small Chapter-Big Impact: Blytheville FFA - Blytheville, Arkansas
Most Active State: Louisiana FFA Association