4-H Recognizes Top Donors

The Wisconsin 4-H Foundation would like to recognize its generous donors. The support of these generous partners provides essential funding for 4-H programs throughout Wisconsin.

Emerald Clover ($30K+)

Compeer Financial

Platinum Clover ($10K-$24,999)

AgCountry Farm Credit Services

Andis Foundation

Cedar Crest Ice Cream

Culver’s Foundation

Egg Innovations

Equity Cooperative Livestock Sales Association

GreenStone Farm Credit Services

Meijer

Tractor Supply Company

Gold Clover ($7,500-$9,999)

Hull Farm of Lake Geneva/Jones Family Farm

Silver Clover ($5K-$7,499)

Merwin Farms

Willow Road Self Storage

Wisconsin Beef Council

Wisconsin Farm Bureau

Wisconsin Souvenir Milkcaps

Bronze Clover ($2,500-$4,999)

Gibbsville Implement

Hartmann Sand & Gravel

Kewaskum Foods, LLC

Rural Mutual Insurance Company

Patrick & Janet Thompson Family Foundation

Wisconsin Association of Meat Processors

Green Clover ($1K-$2,499)

Frenz Garden Center

Harry Hansen Meat Services

JO-ANN Stores

Major Goolsby’s

Edward J. Okray Foundation

Schaefer Grading and Excavating

Schoen Family Trust

Randy Schopen Memorial Foundation

Sunnyside Hatchery

TargetCircle

Town Bank

Ultimate Confections

Wisconsin Farmers Union

Wisconsin River Meats

Foundation Partners

Almond Busy Bees 4-H Club

BOGS

Bunzel’s Old Fashioned Meat Market & Catering

Calumet County 4-H Leaders Council

“We are truly grateful for the continued support of our generous partners,” says Brenda Scheider, Executive Director of the Wisconsin 4-H Foundation. “These organizations help Wisconsin 4‑H create cutting-edge, relevant programs for young people to learn real-world skills that will prepare them for the challenges of today and tomorrow, moving communities, the state, our country and the world forward in ways no other youth organization can. We value our partners who help Wisconsin 4-H make a positive impact on our youth. We couldn’t do it without them. Thank you.”

Since 1914, Wisconsin 4-H has helped young people develop the skills they need to meet the demands of our complex and changing world. Growing out of a rich history of agricultural clubs that helped the University of Wisconsin Extension connect families to research-based advancements in farming technology and techniques, today’s 4-H has expanded to include science (STEM), leadership, healthy living and communications programming that will help Wisconsin youth build a healthier and more prosperous future.

 4-H is one of the largest and oldest statewide youth organizations in Wisconsin, offering a wide variety of programs in both urban and rural settings.  From the 4-H activities in the city of Milwaukee to the 4-H clubs in rural areas of Bayfield County, 4-H is making a positive impact on young people throughout the state.  Nearly 150,000 youth participate in the Wisconsin 4-H program each year, and more than 22,000 volunteers support the program.

 The Wisconsin 4-H Foundation, based in Madison, provides essential funding for 4-H programs throughout Wisconsin. By partnering with individuals, corporations and foundations, the Foundation supports 4-H leadership, youth development and community-building activities throughout the state.  Learn more about the Wisconsin 4-H Foundation by visiting www.Wis4HFoundation.org.