Ways to Give
If you are interested in supporting a specific Arizona 4-H event or program please contact the Arizona 4-H Youth Foundation. Consider exploring all of our current state and national opportunities for Arizona 4-H Youth on the State 4-H website.
You Can Give Today!
Make an impact on Arizona 4-H Youth and join in the dance by making a donation TODAY!Support Arizona 4-H
Support Problem Solving Through 4-H
Make an impact on the Arizona 4-H Youth Foundation today! Dr. Temple Grandin’s animal scorecard system is the basis for the National Beef Cattlemen’s Association Beef Quality Assurance program in the beef industry today. She helps beef producers be better animal handlers. Help Arizona youth to become real-world problem solvers through donating to Arizona 4-H.Make An Impact
Donate To The Great 8!
Make an impact on 4-H youth by donating to the Great 8. You can choose to put your money towards Agriculture, Camping, Citizenship, Community Service, Cultural Understanding, Healthy Living, Leadership, or Stem.The Great 8
Make Your Amazon Purchase Count!
Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to The Arizona 4-H Youth Foundation. We inspire kids to do.Amazon Smile
Donate To General 4-H Youth Support!
Inspire kids to do by donating to our General Fund to help support members, clubs, projects, or events.General Gifts
National 4-H Council: Give a Clover
Help support 4-H at a national level!Give a Clover
Buy from JoAnn to impact a 4-H Member
Help “Inspire Kids To Do” when you buy at JoAnn’s Fabric stores. Not only do you save 15% on every purchase, part of the proceeds are passed on to Arizona 4-H. A real WIN-WIN!! Check back with us for the next campaign date!Help A 4-H Member
Leave A Legacy
Leave a legacy through donating here. 4-H endowments inspire young people grow and live their dreams.Make an Endowment
Coffee Cake The 4-H Way
Check out "Coffee Cake The 4-H Way". Help your young baker, stuck at home, be successful with an easy to make recipe. You'll have a great treat for your family too. Demonstrated by 4-H alum Becky from Mesa.Become A Successful Baker