Martin County 4-H

A nonprofit organization

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Support Martin County 4-H and its year-round positive youth programming!


4-H is a learn-by-doing educational organization for youth grades K-13. In 4-H, youth design and participate in their own programs and activities. This unique, learn-by-doing model teaches kids essential, transferrable skills that they'll use throughout their lives, such as problem solving, decision making, coping, communicating and responding to the needs of others. Youth establish goals and work towards becoming competent, productive citizens.

Martin County 4-H has over 300 members in 8 local clubs within the Martin County community.  The members are involved in a variety of projects in the areas of personal development, animal science, mechanical sciences, expressive and communicative arts, natural resources, family consumer science, and plant sciences.  They are active in community service projects throughout the year and participate in programs such as demonstrations, judging contests, project workshops, etc.

Martin County 4-H also provides opportunities for youth to explore and learn outside of our county through scholarships to attend 4-H events such as 4-H Camp, BLU (regional youth leadership training), YELLO (statewide youth leadership training), and CWF (national youth leadership training).

Your funds would help Martin County 4-H continue to provide year-round positive youth development! Even the smallest donation can help!

Organization Data

Summary

Organization name

Martin County 4-H

Tax id (EIN)

41-1599593

Categories

Children & Family

Address

1300 N BIXBY RD
FAIRMONT, MN 56031-0000

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