Community Service

Every year at the National FFA Convention, there is the National FFA Days of service. During this time, FFA members and their advisors are actively educated on how various community needs can be addressed, how FFA members' skills can be utilized to effect community change, and how FFA members can take information learned at one community service site to provide a similar service in their own community.

Community Service projects like those at National Convention can easily be done around the State of Oregon, and in one's local community.

Adopting a road with your chapter, volunteering with the local Kiwanis group, or even putting in hours at a local soup kitchen are all ways FFA members can help give back to their own community.