Cathy Prudhomme

Share this opportunity and help students earn $500 towards future educational costs for completing community service projects

Blog Post created by Cathy Prudhomme Employee on Oct 5, 2015

Comm Service Blog 10.5.15
Students between the ages of 13 and 22 could receive $500 to use for future educational costs, or as a donation to their favorite charitable organization for completing a local community service project that benefits the people and neighborhood where they live. Participation is easy when they choose a project from this ideas list, with more than two dozen project options that can be accomplished in as little as a few hours, or an entire day or weekend.

The eligibility process is easy – complete a wildfire preparedness or post-fire impact community service project (it does not have to be one of the ideas outlined in the project ideas suggestions) and submit the short and simple application form by November 15, 2015.

Help the students in your life turn their school, club, or a civic group’s community service hours requirement into something that increases wildfire preparedness!

Twenty $500 funding awards will be awarded. Funding was provided by State Farm through NFPA’s Year of Living Less Dangerously campaign.

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