Join the Maine 4-H Foundation’s effort in 2013 to raise $100,000 in celebration of 100 years of 4-H in Maine.
For a century, 4-H, a program of the University of Maine Cooperative Extension, has been a leader in positive youth development, providing hands-on educational and leadership programs for nearly 30,000 youth in Maine. Since its beginning in Maine in 1913, 4-H has emphasized the importance of building the life skills needed to be successful adults. Today, 4-H also is focused on science and technology to foster interest in these areas as avenues to successful careers.
Participating in 4-H makes a difference for youth. What they learn in 4-H influences their adult lives.
“4-H gave me the confidence to become a leader among my peers and take the next step in my life to pursue a college degree.”
– Casey Hushon, 4-H Alum, Senior Account Executive for a leading agricultural marketing communications agency
“The strong sense of public service and volunteerism I learned through 4-H helped me give back to the community later in life.”
– Patrick Larson, 4-H Alum, Assistant Attorney General, Drug Task Force Attorney
In collaboration with the Maine 4-H Foundation, Maine 4-H seeks to raise $100,000 for Maine children. Be a part of this historic celebration honoring generations of children, volunteers, educators, and communities working together to help youth learn to become the young leaders we know today and the adult leaders of tomorrow.
Donations in support of this campaign would support such initiatives as:
Angela Martin, Administrative Assistant II, UMaine Cooperative Extension
email@example.com or 207.581.3739
University of Maine
5741 Libby Hall, Room 103
Orono, ME 04469-5741
University of Maine, Gifts Processing Department
P.O. Box 370
Orono, ME 04473-0370
(memo line reading “4-H”)
Online donations can be made on a secure website.
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