4-H mini-grant applications due
Grants up to $1,000 are available from the Michigan 4-H Foundation. Grants available include:
- Michigan 4-H Legacy Grants – 2 grants available for $1,000 each
Supports development of a new program or initiative or to strengthen, enhance or expand a current program that’s making a difference. Funded by the Michigan 4-H Legacy Fund Endowment
- 4-H On-Target Grants – 2 grants available for $500 each
Supports county 4-H Shooting Sports programs enhance existing programs, develop a new program or offer a special experience related to 4-H Shooting Sports. Funded with support from Thomas Cobb, former Michigan 4-H Foundation president, and the Michigan 4-H Shooting Sports Endowed Fund.
- The Collins 4-H Youth Horticulture Grant – 1 grant available for $450
This grant opportunity is for 4-H youth clubs only to advance club work in plant science and horticulture activities locally. This grant is made possible by the William J. and Ruth D. Collins Endowment Fund to advance 4-H youth horticulture and gardening programs.
- 4-H Educational Garden Grants – 2 grants available for $1,000 each
Supports the creation of local 4-H educational gardens in Michigan. Funded by the Albert A. Albright Endowment for 4-H Plant Science and Gardening Education.