Support 4-H

 

 

Friends of 4-H

Thank you to the Friends of
4-H that financially support the youth in our community!
To become a member of
Fond du Lac County Friends
of 4-H,
click here.

Platinum Level

Wings Over Wisconsin, Inc., Eden Chapter

Gold Level

Beck’s Meat Processing, LLC, Oshkosh
Leading Dairy Solutions, Chilton
Koffman Tool & Machining LLC, Eden

Silver Level

Mark & Karen Albert,
Fond du Lac (in memory of Norman & Dan Loehr)
Eldorado   Trailer Sales, Eldorado
Rosendale Dairy,   Freedom
Ballweg Iplement Co, Waupun
Hundertmark Seed LLC,
Fond du Lac
Compeer Financial, Fond du Lac
Tom & Denise Retzleff, Fond du Lac
Oakfield Elevator Co., Inc.
Quality Roasting Inc., Valders
Pauline Kussart, Verona (In memory of Bernard Halbur)
JF. Ahern Co., Fond du Lac

Bronze

Anonymous Donors – 2
Ruedinger Farms, Inc., Van Dyne
Country Visions, Reedsville
Baumhardt Sand & Gravel, Eden
Chuck & Mary Rhein, Brownsville
Cole Oil & Propane, Lomira
Betty Costello, Malone(In memory of James Costello)
John & Lynn Wehner, Malone
Dorothy Wilke, Campbellsport
Central Ag Supply, Inc., Juneau
Nan Jean Kiesow, Brandon  (In memory of Marvin Kiesow)
Scott & Laura Franke, Oakfield
Kartechner Brothers Farm Drainage, Waupun
Kewaskum Foods, LLC, Kewaskum
Ripon Electric, Inc.
Larry & Deb Pollack, Ripon
Stan’s Service Center, Oakfield
Webster’s Marketplace, Ripon
Waupun Vet Services, Waupun
United Cooperative, Beaver Dam

Supporters

Anonymous Donors – 2
Dean & Lori Bauer, Brownsville
Pinno Buildings, LLC, Rosendale
Terry & Norine Zimdars, Ripon
Lila Ebert, Lomira
Albrecht Trucking, Eldorado
Richard Goebel, Mt. Calvary
National Exchange Bank, Fond du Lac
Shirley Simon (In memory of Jessica Simon)
Mary Mischo, Fond du Lac
Ever Green Growers, Inc., Rosendale
Amy Thomas, Brownsville
Schlaefer Optometrists, Campbellsport
Widmer’s Cheese Cellars, Theresa
Marilyn O’Brien, Eden (In memory of Pat O’Brien)
Christine Zommers (In memory of Bertha Montag)
Laurie Schraufnagel, Brownsville
Silica For Your Home, Fond du Lac
Stanley Schmitz Inc Appliance/
Dairy Center, Chilton
Tasch’s Custom, LLC, Malone
Mark & Tracie Kapler
Josetta Halbur
David & Laura Seefeld

 

 

Thank you for inPeople holding handsquiring about how you can support the 4-H program in Fond du Lac County! 4-H is the nation’s largest youth development and empowerment organization. In Wisconsin, more than 69,000 youth are involved with 4-H and other UW-Madison Division of Extension youth programs. 4-H programming aims to engage youth in activities to increase their leadership, communication and critical thinking skills. Our programs center on the 4-Hs—head, heart, hands and health. This is the foundation for everything we do.
There are various ways that you can support 4-H, so please refer to the information below or contact Tracy Keifenheim at the Extension Office.

 


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Donate to the 4-H Endowment Fund

Fond du Lac County 4-H Endowment Fund

The Fond du Lac County 4-H Endowment Fund supports nearly 650 local youth annually and is an investment in the future of our youth.  The endowment fund supports college scholarships, leader trainings, camps, project activities, youth recognition, leadership conferences, state competitions, curriculum, county programs, and more.
Ways to donate to the 4-H Endowment Fund:
  • In-Kind Gifts
  • Honorariums
  • Memorials
  • Annual Silent Auction
Steps to donate to the Fond du Lac County 4-H Endowment Fund:
  1. Make a check payable to Fond du Lac County 4-H Endowment Fund. 
  2. State the purpose of your donation – i.e. memorial, in honor of, etc.
  3. Name the person that the donation is given on behalf of.
  4. Provide two addresses, one for yourself and one for the person listed in Step #3.
  5. Mail the information and check to:
Fond du Lac Area Foundation
384 North Main Street
Fond du Lac, WI  54935
The Fond du Lac Area Foundation will send an acknowledgement to the person or family listed in Step #4.

 

Wisconsin 4-H Foundation

The Wisconsin 4-H Foundation provides essential funding for 4-H programs throughout Wisconsin.  Individuals, corporations, and the 4-H Foundation are partners in supporting the more than 100,000 youth who take part in various 4-H activities througout the state.  Support the Wisconsin 4-H Foundation today!

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Donate to the Fond du Lac County 4-H Program

Each year there are numerous events and activities that are supported by the Fond du Lac 4-H Leaders Associations.  The main fundraisers that support the Fond du Lac 4-H Leaders Association are:
  • Raffle (with drawing held at the County Fair)
  • Adult Leader Food Stand at the County Fair
Sponsorships and donations are accepted for the fundraisers, 4-H events, and overall 4-H program.

Donate Now

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Professional Support

Our motto in 4-H is “To Make the Best Better,” and we live by this motto in all that we do.  Professionals have volunteered their time to help the program with marketing, web development, communications, event planning, teaching, volunteer recruitment, project leadership, and more.
If you are looking for an opportunity to share your skills with a great organization, please consider 4-H.  Contact Tracy Keifenheim to schedule a meeting.

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Volunteer

Volunteering your time and talents is very rewarding and satisfying.  Not only are you sharing your skills with others, but you are serving as a positive role model for youth in our community.  Volunteer opportunities range from teaching an archery class to helping a club plan monthly activities.  The various volunteer roles are listed on the 4-H Leader Association page.  Contact Tracy Keifenheim to find the best volunteer role for you.

Enroll Today

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Donate Now

Thank you for donating to the 4-H program!    Please send your gift to:
Fond du Lac County 4-H
227 Administration/Extension Building
400 University Drive
Fond du Lac, WI  54935
Please include if there is a specific person or fund that the contribution is given in honor or memory of.  If you are honoring a person, please include their address.
For more information, please contact Tracy Keifenheim at the Extension Office.

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