4-H Project Grant Application Window is from February 1st – July 15th.
Thank you for your interest in applying for a 4-H Project Grant from the Douglas County 4-H Foundation.
As a 4-H member in order to receive any financial assistance you must:
Read and adhere to the 4-H Code of Conduct
Be a 4-H member in good standing
Be a student of your educational facility in good standing
Be a member/citizen of the community in good standing
Be willing to attend a Douglas County 4-H Foundation meeting and present to the Board of Directors if asked
Give permission to the Douglas County 4-H Foundation, Inc., to use photographs, 4-H Project results, etc., for promotional, marketing and/or resource materials
It is expected that all 4-H members who apply and receive a 4-H Project Grant compete in the appropriate Douglas County Fair and Rodeo show or contest
Complete an online application
4-H Project Grant applications will be accepted via online application only. Applications can be submitted between February 1st and July 15th. Application, scoring rubric and amount of grant money available for your 4-H project can be found by following the appropriate link below. Monies will be awarded on a rolling basis. No money will be awarded for late or incomplete online applications. Applying for a grant does not guarantee the applicant will be awarded money. 4-H members can only apply for grant money for one 4-H Project/Unit per year. 4-H members can apply for a grant multiple years, but it must be for a new unit or a new project each year.