The World Food Prize hosted 160 extraordinary high school students from 24 US states and territories, as well as Canada, China, Egypt, Mexico, Morocco, and Nigeria as delegates at the 20th Anniversary Global Youth Institute, Oct. 16-18, in Des Moines, Iowa — and 73 of them are FFA members.
The Global Youth Institute was started by Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, Dr. Norman Borlaug, and is known as one of the most unique and successful youth programs in the country. Continue reading
FFA member Eliza Hershberger makes a donation of fresh chicken to the Family Abuse Shelter’s Grant Coordinator Fawnda Cress.
The Family Abuse Shelter of Miami County (Ohio) provides 24/7 support to those in the community suffering from abuse and homelessness. To perform its mission, the shelter requires assistance at every turn to help the community members. It operates solely on grants and donations.
FFA members at the Miami East-MVCTC FFA Chapter in Troy, Ohio, made helping the shelter a priority in a way they are uniquely qualified — by growing food that could be donated as part of the FFA Hunger Heroes Challenge. Continue reading
Lights, camera, action!
The deadline for the FFA Hunger Heroes Challenge video contest is right around the corner — Sept. 26, to be exact! It’s to get moving for your FFA chapter’s chance to win $1,000 for raising hunger awareness! Continue reading
In July, the largest wildfire in Washington history struck the state. Named the Carlton Complex fire, it burned out of control after being ignited by lightning strikes. One town — Pateros, Wash., — took on extensive damage.
That’s when the Battle Ground FFA chapter went in to action to help Pateros, a community more than five hours away. Continue reading
FFA members from the Cedar Key FFA Chapter in Florida.
We’re excited to announce June’s winner of the monthly FFA Hunger Heroes Challenge: Florida’s Cedar Key FFA Chapter!
To date, Cedar Key FFA has donated 7,000 pounds of fresh fish and vegetables to a community food pantry. The local area has dealt with the effects of the poor economy, the recent Gulf oil spill and a problematic red tide, leaving many in need. Continue reading