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"We believe in 4-H. We believe in young people.
We believe in volunteers. We believe in the future."

The North Dakota 4-H Foundation, a non-profit organization, partners with individuals, organization and businesses to invest in the future of North Dakota youth through the state 4-H program.

This is primarily done via fundraising - with the ultimate goal to further leadership development, education, scholarship and other opportunities for North Dakota youth.

In 2018-2019, more than 23,600 North Dakota youth participated in a 4-H program, activity or special event. Thanks to your generous financial support and to the thousands of service hours donated by over 2,300 adult volunteer leaders, 4-H programming continues to positively impact the youth of North Dakota, helping them be the very best they can be.


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North Dakota 4-H Foundation

 The North Dakota 4-H Foundation is a group of dedicated volunteers who recognize the impact of 4-H on the lives of youth.

"We believe in 4-H. We believe in young people.
We believe in volunteers. We believe in the future."

 

Mission: The ND 4-H Foundation secures and manages financial resources to enhance and expand the North Dakota 4-H program.

The North Dakota 4-H Foundation is a nonprofit organization committed to supporting 4-H programs with private funds for furthering leadership development, education, research and scholarships and creating opportunities for the youth of North Dakota.

  • To educate and inform the public of the Foundation and its working partnership with 4-H youth development programs.
  • To raise adequate funds to fulfill its mission on an annual basis.
  • To modify and strengthen the 4-H Foundation board structure.

 

Camp Brick Form

4-H Camp Patio Brick Form

A brick will be personalized as you request with your information and placed in the patio outside the Johnsrud 4-H Education Center.

Donate

 Click on the tab below or mail donation to:
ND 4-H Foundation
NDSU Dept 7280
PO Box 6050
Fargo, ND 58108-6050

ND 4-H Foundation Spring Newsletter

 

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