The Larimer County 4-H Foundation is governed by a Board of Trustees who volunteer their time. The Board of Trustees meets quarterly, with committee meetings conducted on an as-needed basis.
4-H BOARD OF TRUSTEES WANTED:
2023 – The Larimer County 4-H Foundation is looking for a few individuals to fill some vacancies that have occurred on our board. Any adult (18+) is welcome to submit an application. Knowledge of 4-H & its programs is helpful, but not a requirement.
Members of the Foundation Board of Trustees are elected to serve a three-year term and can be re-elected to serve additional terms.
The Foundation meets the third (3rd) Tuesday at 6:30 PM every other month, attendance is a must. Interested individuals must also be available to assist with the foundation carnival (held in March). The foundation meets in the McKee Building at the Ranch.
Our Mission: To Assist in the Further Development and participation of Youth and Leaders in the Larimer County 4-H Program The Larimer County 4-H Foundation is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization that was established in 1953. Governed by a Board of Trustees, the board acts upon recommendations from the Larimer County Extension Service and its advisory groups to create and sustain positive youth and leader development. The primary purpose of the Foundation is to help provide financial support for educational opportunities for the approximate 300 volunteer adult leaders and 1,000 youth, ages 5 through 18, who participate in the Larimer County 4-H Program. Educational opportunities include but are not limited to.
- Youth and adult leadership
- Citizenry skills conferences
- Project workshops and competitions
- Camp experiences
- Counselor training
- Livestock and non-livestock events
- Post-secondary education opportunities (Scholarships)