Two weekends left for youth to finish community service projects - apply for $500 towards future educational costs

Blog Post created by cathyprudhomme Employee on Nov 6, 2015

  Woodland Park Youth raking

Students between the ages of 13 and 22 who complete a wildland fire community service project and submit an application by Sunday, November 15, could be the recipient of one of twenty opportunities to receive $500 for future educational costs, or as a donation to their favorite charitable organization.

Participation is easy – use the project ideas list, or develop one of your own that best meets your needs; complete and submit the short application form. Project options can be accomplished in as little as a few hours, or a long as an entire day or weekend. 

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

Funding for the awards was provided by State Farm through NFPA’s Year of Living Less Dangerously campaign.