We are excited to announce a new partnership
between Texas Farm Bureau and the Texas 4- H Foundation! The Clover Cash
Grant Program will provide Texas 4-H members the opportunity to help
students understand the importance of advocating for agriculture. Students
will also gain an appreciation and better understanding of where their
food, fuel and fiber come from.
Applications are now being accepted for the
Clover Cash Texas 4-H grant program. The deadline to complete applications
will be midnight, July 17 with winners being announced August 14. Once
projects are complete, a final summary will be due back to Texas Farm
Bureau by December 1, 2020.
Projects should be based on an agricultural
concept. Preference will be given to those projects that are hands-on
agricultural learning activities.
Who is eligible to apply?
·County Extension Agents or Adult leaders of
any county, district or state level 4-H program.
How will grants be awarded?
·At the state level, three grants of up to
$2,000 each will be awarded.
·At the district level, four grants of up to
$1,500 each will be awarded.
·At the county level, four grants of up to
$500; four grants of up to $750 will be awarded and three grants of up to
$1,000 each will be awarded.
What is the time frame for
·The grant cycle consists of one calendar
year, with one application allowed per cycle.
·Applications must be received by midnight,
July 17, 2020.
You and your staff are encouraged to pass
this information on to 4-H leaders across the state. Enclosed, you will find a project overview and a
photo release for all participants to sign. For questions, please feel
free to contact Mia Balko from the Texas Farm Bureau at 254-399-5037 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or David White from the
Texas 4-H Foundation at 979-845-1213 or email@example.com.