About the Foundation
We’re proud to say that the Indiana 4-H Foundation has a half-century legacy of supporting Hoosier youth through our state’s premier youth development organization, Indiana 4-H Youth Development. Since 1961, the Indiana 4-H Foundation has supported the statewide Indiana 4-H program that is administered by the Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service in all 92 counties.
A qualified 501(c)3 non-profit organization, the Foundation seeks to create and enhance growth and recognition opportunities for Indiana 4-H youth and their leaders. Ultimately, our goal is to enable Indiana 4-H youth to develop the hallmarks of successful citizens – responsibility, leadership and integrity. You can learn more about the Indiana 4-H program by visiting their website.
The Indiana 4-H Foundation provides resources that give the opportunity for all Indiana youth to develop life skills that benefit their communities.
The Indiana 4-H Foundation strives to be a thriving Foundation that builds partnerships to secure financial support, advocacy and promotion of Indiana 4-H Youth Development now and for generations to come. Learn more about the support we give to Indiana 4-H members by visiting the What We Do page. To learn more about the specific Indiana 4-H programs that depend on the work of the Indiana 4-H Foundation, visit our What We Fund page. You can meet our hardworking staff and dedicated Board of Directors on our Who We Are page.