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Support Bryan County 4-H with a $4 gift on April 4
Georgia 4-H fundraising

In a friendly competition with other Georgia counties, Bryan County asks local supporters to make donations of $4 or more on April 4 during on online giving day. Known as “$4 for 4-H,” this annual tradition raises money to directly fund county 4-H programming through the Georgia 4-H Foundation.

The number four is an important symbol to the 4-H organization. An “H” in each leaf of the four-leaf clover logo represents the tenants of the pledge: head, heart, hands, and health. April 4 marks the fourth day of the fourth month of the year. Counties receiving at least four donations will turn green on a Georgia map that is updated throughout the day.

The online giving day was launched in 2019 with support from members of the Georgia 4-H Foundation Board of Trustees. Friends of 4-H have made the initiative a major success each year, and the 2023 goal of $60,074 goal was easily reached with 1,524 individual donors. The 2024 state fundraising goal has been set at $74,444.

The 2024 goal for Bryan County 4-H is $1,000. Any money being donated during this campaign will be used to help send students to camps, conferences, competitions.

Gifts of $44 or $444 are also welcomed, including any amount between or above these benchmarks. Those interested in donating can find the giving form at The form includes a field to designate gifts to a specific Georgia county. To make sure your donation benefits local 4-H’ers, select Bryan County while donating.

Follow Bryan County 4-H on social media to keep track of donation progress on April 4. Facebook is Bryan County 4-H and Instagram is bryan_county_4h

For more information about how to get involved with 4-H as a student, parent, or volunteer, visit or the Bryan County Extension office at 912-653-2231.

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