Douglas County 4-H Foundation will generate and distribute resources to support programs that increase achievement, foster lifelong learning, develop citizenship, and provide Douglas County 4-H youth opportunities to become contributing citizens.
2021-2022 New Project Scholarship Program – See Below!
The Douglas County 4-H Foundation is pleased to present our project scholarship program for non-livestock projects. Funding is available for Companion Animals, Shooting Sports, S.T.E.M. and General Projects. Applications will be accepted online only from February 1, 2022 through July 1, 2022 at 11:59pm. Applications, instructions, and list of scholarships available can be found at the links below. Monies will be awarded on a rolling basis. No monies will be awarded for late or incomplete applications.
Douglas County 4-H Foundation Project Scholarship Mission – To encourage Douglas County 4-H youth to reach their fullest potential through educational opportunities, 4-H goals, and leadership. To provide funding to Douglas County 4-H youth, clubs and the 4-H Council for projects, scholarships, and other activities that are deemed appropriate by the Douglas County 4-H Foundation.
Individual Project Scholarship (One scholarship request per 4-H MEMBER):
Group Scholarship Requests (One scholarship request per GROUP):
Use this scholarship form if you are applying for a scholarship for a 4-H event, workshop, etc. If applying for this scholarship, please understand that you are expected to offer the scholarship benefits to the entire Douglas County 4-H. (i.e. If you are having a STEM workshop, it needs to be open to all Douglas County 4-H, not just your club).
Questions about the project scholarship program? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.