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4-H Foundation > Grants > Community Service
Through generous grants from Crader Distributing and Stihldealers.com, as well as DuPont Pioneer, the Missouri 4-H Foundation offers grants of up to $1,000 to match funding for a 4-H community service project.
Successful project examples include: state lake improvements and waterfowl box construction, raised garden construction at nursing homes, community vegetable gardens, heirloom gardens at historic sites, day camps and events for special needs youth, recycling events and more...
In order to be considered for a community service grant, applications must:
We highly encourage you to read How to write a winning Missouri 4-H Foundation Community Service Grant application (PDF) before applying for funds.
4-H Community Service Grant Application (DOC)
Community service project funders require a full accounting of grant awards. A final report must be submitted within 30 days of project completion. Groups that do not submit a completed report will not be considered for future funding. As the project progresses, be sure to record:
4-H Community Service Grant Report Form (DOC)
For questions regarding 4-H Community Service Grants, please contact the Missouri 4-H Foundation office at email@example.com or 1-800-642-8041.
Missouri 4-H Foundation
1110 S. College Avenue, Room 152
Columbia, MO 65211
Toll-free in Missouri: 800-642-8041
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