True leaders aren’t born. They’re grown. Ohio 4-H nurtures leadership, citizenship and life skills through clubs, camps, after-school programs, trips and community service activities. It’s where young people can explore their interests, hone their talents and excel to their highest potential through hands on projects in math, science, technology, the arts, livestock, leadership, communication and many more. If you know someone who could benefit from 4-H, please visit our website: https://athens.osu.edu/
We want to empower all youth to reach their full potential by offering them opportunities to learn life skills, practice them, and become confident in their ability to use them in the future. Research shows the skills they develop in 4-H last for a lifetime.
Please consider providing support for our program in Athens County where our members work every day “To Make the Best Better.”
Support our Next Generation of Leaders
$20 – Cloverbud Level – Registration fee for a Cloverbud (Ages 5-8) to attend a STEM day camp program.
$40 – Clover Leaf Level – Registration fee for a 4-H volunteer to attend a day of hands-on training and networking at the state level.
$60 – 1902 Level – Provides a half scholarship for 4-H camp.
$80 – A.B. Graham Level – Enables 4-H to buy supplies for project workshops which teach youth about clothing and textiles, food and nutrition, leadership, career success and animal husbandry.
$100 – Learning by Doing Level – Provides the county 4-H program with 3 BIOBAND kits and the curriculum to do fitness challenges with youth ages 5 to 19.
$120 – 4-H Camp Level – Allows a 4-Her (9-19) to attend Tar Hollow Camp for free.
$150 – To Make the Best Better – Provides a scholarship for a 4-Her to attend a state or national 4-H Enrichment Program.