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Washington State 4-H

WSU Extension 4-H Youth Development Program

Building Positive Futures for Washington Youth

The Washington State University 4-H Youth Development Program helps young people become productive leaders who are engaged in positive change and who will meet the needs of a diverse and changing society. 

4-H grows confident young people who are empowered for life today and prepared for careers tomorrow. The research-backed 4-H experience helps develop young people who are four times more likely to contribute to their communities; two times more likely to make healthier choices; two times more likely to be civically active; and two times more likely to participate in STEM programs.

 When you give to one of the following Washington State 4-H Teen Programming funds, you create an impact on teens in your local community and all around the state of Washington. The programs you support help our teens obtain important life skills and characteristics needed to be successful in life.

Washington State 4-H Teen Programming Fund

These funds support programs to inspire, educate and support teens across Washington in learning leadership, civic engagement, and life skills. Through 4-H, teens explore STEM, agriculture, civic leadership, healthy living, and learn how to make decisions and be productive members of their communities.

Jan Hiller 4-H Legacy Endowment Fund

Jan and Larry K. Hiller created this fund to support deserving youth who participate in Washington 4-H and have shown academic excellence, community involvement and leadership potential.

Dwight Palmer 4-H Leadership Endowment Fund

These funds support 4-H teen leadership development in a variety of areas related to teen development, including state and national events. 

Friends of 4-H Fund

When you give to the Friends of 4-H Fund, you create an impact on youth in your local community and all around the state of Washington. The programs you support help our youth obtain the characteristics needed to be successful in life. Chapters across the state depend on annual contributions to fund their programs so any interested youth will have the opportunity to participate.

Every gift makes a difference for Washington’s youth. With your support, these programs will continue to serve our state.

Success!
$500 Ambassador Referral Reward
Congrats to Stephen Hines for inspiring 67 donors to make gifts during #CougsGive! He earns a $500 bonus to the fund designation of his choice! Thank you to the `09 Coug alum donor who sponsored this challenge!
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Campus, College, and Program Gift Leaderboard
Which campus, college, or program will receive the most gifts during #CougsGive?
Rank Department Gifts
1 Cougar Athletic Fund 224
2 College of Veterinary Medicine 201
3 WSU Vancouver 144
4 WSU Alumni Association 98
5 WSU Everett 89
6 College of Arts and Sciences 80
7 Murrow College of Communication 70
8 Carson College of Business 60
9 WSU Tri-Cities 58
10 First Gen Study Abroad 46
11 Agricultural Human & Natural Resource Sciences 42
12 College of Education 38
13 Crimson Opportunity Scholarship 38
14 Academic Engagement and Student Achievement 34
15 Voiland College of Engineering & Architecture 29
16 Washington State Master Gardeners 27
17 Honors College 25
18 WSU Spokane 23
19 Multicultural Alumni Chapters 22
20 Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences 21
21 Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine 20
22 College of Nursing 15
23 Libraries 13
24 WSU Global Campus 9
25 Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art/WSU 5
26 International Programs 4
27 Graduate School 3
28 Washington State 4-H 2
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Ambassador Total Gifts Inspired Challenge
Congrats to the three most passionate, dedicated, and persuasive #CougsGive Ambassadors! Great work Stephen, Melody, and Michael!
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Leaderboard
Campus, College, and Program Leaderboard
Which campus, college, or program will raise the most during #CougsGive?
Rank Department Raised
1 Cougar Athletic Fund $146,513.25
2 College of Veterinary Medicine $132,021.50
3 Carson College of Business $76,255.00
4 WSU Alumni Association $24,195.00
5 WSU Vancouver $21,676.50
6 College of Arts and Sciences $18,105.00
7 Murrow College of Communication $16,830.00
8 WSU Tri-Cities $11,145.00
9 Voiland College of Engineering & Architecture $11,040.00
10 WSU Everett $9,790.00
11 Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine $8,850.00
12 Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences $8,275.00
13 Agricultural Human & Natural Resource Sciences $6,335.00
14 Honors College $5,560.00
15 WSU Spokane $5,220.00
16 College of Education $4,790.00
17 Crimson Opportunity Scholarship $4,654.00
18 Multicultural Alumni Chapters $4,060.00
19 Academic Engagement and Student Achievement $3,785.00
20 Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art/WSU $3,750.00
21 First Gen Study Abroad $3,745.50
22 Graduate School $2,550.00
23 Washington State Master Gardeners $2,385.00
24 Libraries $1,675.00
25 College of Nursing $1,655.00
26 WSU Global Campus $1,138.10
27 International Programs $325.00
28 Washington State 4-H $150.00
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