Each year, thousands of FCCLA members are given a unique opportunity for experiential leadership development, community engagement and career preparation. Our members gain essential skills to be leaders for today and tomorrow's society.

Our supporters allow us to continue to enhance Family and Consumer Sciences education in the classroom, while establishing FCCLA as the premier Family and Consumer Sciences career pathway organization.

Donate now to support FCCLA members across the nation. Your generous contribution will help grow leaders, build communities, and strengthen Family and Consumer Sciences education.

IMPACT FundIMPACT Fund

The IMPACT (Investments in Members and Partnerships and Assistance for Chapters and Teachers) Fund is an initiative of the National Executive Council that exists to advance and modernize FCCLA and Family and Consumer Sciences by providing opportunities for members to take actions that exemplifies our mission, purposes, and initiatives.

IMPACT Funds will be used to directly support members through grants to chapters, individuals, and/or the work of the National Executive Council on members’ behalf. Your generous financial support helps FCCLA members and chapters thrive in making an impact in their families, careers, and communities.

Apply for a grant from the IMPACT Fund

  • If you feel that you have an initiative benefiting FCCLA members that needs funding, consider applying for a grant from the IMPACT Fund!
  • Any member or chapter that is looking to make an impact in the lives of the students around them is encouraged to complete an application.
  • All requests will be reviewed by the current National Executive Council for the strongest potential to make an impact for students, schools, communities and/or states. Resources will be awarded as available and will not exceed $1,000 per chapter.
  • Applications are accepted and reviewed on an ongoing basis.

Members develop skills for life through: character development, creative and critical thinking, interpersonal communication, practical knowledge, and career preparation.