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The mission of The Alabama 4-H Club Foundation, Inc. is to secure and manage financial resources for Alabama 4-H programming and the youth served statewide.

The Alabama 4-H Club Foundation was established in 1956 to support statewide 4-H youth education programs delivered by the Alabama Cooperative Extension System. Through its Board of Directors, the Foundation is committed to generating private funds to meet youth educational needs.

Working together, Alabama 4-H and Youth Development, the Foundation and the Office of 4-H Development strive to make the public aware of local and statewide 4-H programs and the need for personal and corporate gifts to reach more youth with quality educational programs.

Our goal is to help today’s youth become tomorrow’s leaders by providing quality youth development programs.

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HORSE U Workshop Targets Young People

Horse Ownership Resources, Skills and Education for Youth (HORSE U) offers young people a great way to expand their... more

Alabama 4-H Icon Honored for her Service to Extension, 4-H and Country

Ann Barr, known as the "Spirit of Alabama 4-H," was recently honored during a celebration at Azalea Place in Auburn... more

First Place Team 2014 Alabama 4-H Golf Classic

Congratulations to Quality Cooperative, Inc., Greenville, AL … Quality Cooperative, Inc. employees and customers formed... more

2014 State 4-H Competitive Day Winners Announced

2014 State 4-H Competitive Day winners were honored with ribbons and plaques Aug. 6 at the Alabama 4-H Center in... more

AG Discovery Adventure - September 13th, 2014

​Ag Discovery Adventure is coming soon! Join us on September 13 at Auburn Universities E.V. Smith Research Center, Shorter, AL. The... more

Alabama Competes in National 4-H Shooting Sports Invitational

Tuscaloosa County 4-H Shotgun Team  …       The coaches from other teams that participated in... more


The Alabama 4-H Club Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) organization. All donations made to The Alabama 4-H Foundation are tax deductible according to IRS standards. Your contribution can be designated to support a specific purpose that is important to you, or left unrestricted to be used where the need is greatest.
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