What is a County 4-H Endowment?
County 4-H endowments are permanent funds made possible through individual donations, business and corporate contributions, and fundraising events.
The principal is invested permanently through the Ohio State University to generate the maximum interest possible. The interest income returns to the county to fund local 4-H youth development education programs and adds value to the county endowment to keep pace with inflation.
Endowment Funding Request
Click Here for Application- Due by April 15th
Is a gift to the Medina County 4-H Endowment recognized as a gift to The Ohio State University?
Yes! Contributions are sent to the State 4-H Office earmarked for the Medina County 4-H Endowment Fund and deposited with the Ohio 4-H Foundation which is a part of the university's development fund.
Is my gift tax-deductible?
Yes! The Ohio 4-H Foundation and Medina County 4-H Endowment is a 501 (c)(3) charitable foundation. Consult your accountant or tax attorney for specific guidance on your gift.
How to contribute?
Corporate matching gifts
(Print and send to the Medina County Extension Office)
Checks can be made payable to The Ohio State University
On the check memo line designate: Medina Co. 4-H Endowment
Congratulations to the 2021 Stephen F. Joseph Memorial Scholarship Winners
Kaitlyn Joy Praisler- Bravados 4-H Club of Medina County
Emily Winnicki- Chippewa Chipmunks 4-H Club of Medina County