The Ohio 4-H Foundation
2015 Grant Cycle
We are now accepting applications for out 2015 grant cycle!
- Applications must be received by the Ohio 4-H Foundation by 11:59PM on November 7, 2014.
- A signed Letter of Grant Acceptance and Agreement must accompany grant applications in order to be processed and can be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- No late applications will be accepted.
SAVE THE DATE!
2014 Celebration of Youth
Saturday, September 20, 2014
August 18 - September 18, 2014
The Ohio 4-H Foundation congratulates the 2014 grant recipients!
And a special thank you to our generous donors
who have made the following grant endowments possible:
4-H Foundation Endowment
Sam Cashman Family 4-H Endowment
Bea Cleveland Ohio 4-H Endowment
Sally K. Ebling Urban Extension 4-H Endowment
Lewis/Barnhart/Jenkins 4-H Endowment
Nationwide 4-H Volunteer Development Fund
Sauder 4-H Career Development Endowment Fund
Richard B. & Nancy E. Stahl Family 4-H Endowment
Ulrich 4-H Fund
Wadlington Memorial 4-H Endowment
A.B. Graham - Ohio Historical Marker Dedication - April 29, 2013
Alumni, Donors, Business and Community partners, University Administration, Senator Tavares and the Graham family gathered on Monday, April 29th for the unveiling of the newest Ohio Historical Marker honoring A.B. Graham and the 4-H Movement and the Nationwide & Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H center on the campus of The Ohio State University.
Jim and Gerry Graham admire Ohio's marker honoring Jim's grandfather, A.B. Graham.
Located at 2201 Fred Taylor Dr, the Ohio Historical Marker sits in front Ohio State's first ever "Green" building. The "Green" building design strives to balance environmental responsibility, resource efficiency, occupant comfort and well-being, and community sensitivity.
This state-of-the-art facility, completed in 2008, serves as the home of Ohio 4-H, the headquarters for cutting-edge research in youth development, teaching resources and service opportunities.
To learn more about Ohio 4-H, click here.
We remember that the 4-H program is rooted in the land-grant mission of The Ohio State University - and those roots extend out into each of Ohio's 88 counties.
Maybe you know a child who is currently in 4-H? Perhaps you saw student 4-H projects at your local county fair this year?
Local 4-H programs are supported by the Ohio State University Extension offices and volunteers, many of whom participated in 4-H in some capacity themselves, and by friends like you.
Tell us your story!
Did 4-H make a difference in your life? We want to hear your story.
Do you get together with other 4-H alumni such as for an annual reunion or to collaborate on local projects?
Send us a letter or e-mail and tell us how your experiences have shaped your life.