Gain Recognition for Your Chapter’s Community Service
Florida DECA’s Annual Business Plan has many ways to get involved in the community in the “I AM Community Oriented”section. In the “I AM Community Oriented”portion of the Annual Business Plan, there are seven different categories in which your chapter can design and execute community service activities.
Here are my three favorite activities from this section of the Annual Business Plan:
- Helping Hands- Participate in either (or both) of Florida DECA’s charity projects by collecting a minimum of 50 items requested by our chartered association.
- Dollars for Scholars- Donate a minimum of $1 per student member of your chapter to the Dollars for Scholars program. The Dollars for Scholars program gives scholarships to Florida DECA members at the Florida CDC this March.
- Pick a Partner- Partner with another club at your school to benefit the other club or both clubs. The idea is to donate your time to help another school organization!
Not only will your chapter feel the satisfaction of helping others, but your chapter can complete activities on the Annual Business Plan. Completing 2 (bronze), 3 (silver), or 4 (gold) activities of each section of the Annual Business Plan will earn your chapter awards and recognition at the Florida CDC this March.
Check out the Annual Business Plan on www.fldeca.org to see the many ways your chapter can be involved in your community!