is one of the largest youth development programs in our nation
whose success is largely due to public and private partnerships.
Georgia 4-H provides educational opportunities and life skill development
experiences throughout the state. The support of the government,
corporations, foundations, and individuals allows 4-H to reach
nearly 163,000 young people each year.
Your gift to the Georgia 4-H Foundation will help
carry 4-H into the next century! Since state funds cannot provide
incentive awards, trips, and scholarships for 4-H'ers excelling
in events, your support through private giving may be used to reward
deserving 4-Hers throughout the state. Your gift may also be used
by the Foundation to fund annual projects and events, or to support
one of the five 4-H centers in the state which include Fortson
4-H Center in Hampton, Rock Eagle 4-H Center in Eatonton, Burton
4-H Center on Tybee Island, Jekyll Island 4-H Center (Tidelands
Nature Center) on Jekyll Island, and Wahsega 4-H Center in Dahlonega.