2021 Clark County 4-H Fundraisers! - TENTATIVE
Anthony Thomas Cand Bars - Otis Spunkmeyer Cookie Dough - Club's Choice Food
Clark County 4-H Send A Kid to Camp
4-H Club Fundaising Request
4-H Club Fundraising and Community Service Guidance Update October 2020
Ohio 4-H has updated how 4-H clubs can conduct fundraisers and community service projects. The document can be found at https://ohio4h.org/families/stay-connected or click here for a pdf copy. In addition, any Clark County 4-H Club must submit a Fundraising Request Form (Qualtrics Survey) 30 days prior to club fundraiser for approval by the Extension Educator. The survey reflects the new Ohio 4-H Club Fundraising Guidelines.
A Gift To the Clark County 4-H Endowment Fund
Clark County established a 4-H Endowment Fund to expand programming opportunities and to maintain EXCELLENCE in 4-H youth programs. The Clark County 4-H Endowment is a permanent fund with the Ohio 4-H Foundation that grows through individual, family, business and corporate donations.
Annual interest from the Endowment funds local programs. Program dollars help to assist with 4-H member and volunteer recognition, scholarships, educational programs including camps, workshops, clinics, skill-a-thons, and much more.
The Clark County Endowment is a 501 (c)(3) charitable foundation and is tax deductible. Consult your accountant or tax attorney for specific guidance on your gift. Checks can be made payable to: Clark County 4-H Endowment Fund. Send payment to Clark County 4-H Committee, P.O. Box 444, Springfield, OH 45501 or online by clicking here.
If you would be interested in finding out more information about the Endowment Fund, please feel free to call the Clark County Extension office at 937-398-7600.
A.B. Graham Memorial Park Paver Brick
Put Your Name in the 4-H Park? Put your name in history and be part of the A.B. Graham Memorial Park for generations to come by purchasing one or more 4-H Paver bricks to be placed in the park's walkway. This is a great opportunity for 4-H clubs, families, members, volunteers, alumni, community organizations and businesses to purchase a brick to be a part of history and help the Clark County 4-H Endowment Fund.
What is the Paver Brick? Paver bricks are 4"x8" and may display one to three lines of inscription. Each line of inscription is limited to 15 characters including spaces and punctuation.
How Much Does A Paver Brick Cost? Bricks may be purchased for $100 each. You may purchase any number of bricks.
To Order: Download and complete the A.B. Graham Memorial Park Paver Brick Form and send a check for $100 for each paver brick to Clark County 4-H Committee, PO Box 444, Springfield, OH 45501-0444.