Doddridge County 4-H Foundation
The Doddridge County 4-H Foundation, Inc. was formed March 18, 1987 and is a non-profit corporation. Its primary purpose is to assist young people of Doddridge County to realize their potential through 4-H educational programs, enhance existing 4-H programs, and initiate new and innovative programs in youth development. Monies are received from contributions, fundraising, and grants.
The Doddridge County 4-H Foundation is dedicated to providing essential funding for 4-H programs that teach young people the skills necessary to become responsible, productive citizens. Hands-on 4-H activities emphasize communication skills, self-confidence, sound decision-making practices, and community concern, all of which prepare today’s youth to be our leaders tomorrow.
Doddridge County youth have opportunities to participate in outstanding 4-H Youth Development programs including national and state leadership conferences, project workshops, week-long residential summer camps, overnight learning adventures, judging competitions, and much more. These 4-H programs allow youth to practice leadership skills, achieve success in school, engage in community service, and develop healthy relationships with peers and adults.
Each year, Doddridge County 4-H serves approximately 200 local youth through school enrichment, traditional and specialty clubs, and summer camp programs.