The Texas 4-H Youth Development Program and Texas 4-H Youth Development Foundation have collaborated to award 28 grants totaling $124,674 toward the support of efforts by 4-H clubs in counties affected by Hurricane Harvey.
“The Texas 4-H Youth Development Program and the Texas 4-H Youth Development Foundation have seen the ultimate caring and outpouring of support through the #4HSupportsTexas Hurricane Harvey campaign,” said Dr. Toby Lepley, state 4-H youth development specialist.
Lepley said grants were provided through donations made by individuals, other 4-H clubs and groups, businesses and other organizations throughout Texas and the U.S. Clubs seeking funding had to submit an application in accordance with specific guidelines.
View here a full list of clubs that received grants and how they plan to use them.
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