The LSU AgCenter’s 4-H Youth Development Program continues to build a legacy of caring, competent youth who will offer strong vibrant leadership.
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Current board members for the fiscal year 2015-2016.
Join the 4-H Campaign for Louisiana and support the Louisiana 4-H Foundation. This year the annual fund’s goal is to raise $100,000 in operational support to provide much-needed funds to continue youth life-enriching 4-H opportunities that help young people develop important life skills.
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(Distributed 08/19/11) LAFAYETTE, La. – A $10,000 donation by the TransCanada pipeline company will help fund construction of a multi-purpose building at the LSU AgCenter Grant Walker 4-H Educational Center near Pollock, La.
The Louisiana 4-H Foundation has partnered with GMFS LLC, one of the largest non-bank lenders headquartered in Louisiana, to offer great incentives to our supporters.
Panola Pepper Corporation of Lake Providence, La., is partnering with Louisiana 4-H to help raise funds for local 4-H programs.
4-H Foundation funds are dedicated to youth development and are deposited in endowed and non-endowed accounts with the LSU Foundation based on the use restrictions identified by donors and the purpose of the activities.
Policies and Guidelines for Parish Foundations.
(Distributed 10/04/11) The Louisiana 4-H Foundation has joined an online shopping mall hosted and sponsored by nonprofit organizations for the purpose of raising funds.
(Distributed 09/23/11) FARMERVILLE, La. – State Rep. Hollis Downs has established the first-ever endowment for a Louisiana parish 4-H program by donating $10,000 to Union Parish 4-H on Sept. 22.
(Distributed 04/09/13) BATON ROUGE, La. – The Louisiana 4-H Foundation has announced that it has met its financial goals to begin construction on the first phase of its multipurpose building at the Grant Walker 4-H Educational Center near Pollock, La.
(Distributed 06/26/13) POLLOCK, La. – State and local officials gathered at the 4-H Camp Grant-Walker on June 25 to show their gratitude for a $500,000 gift by RoyOMartin, a forest products and forestland management company based here.