4-H encourages young people to give a voice to the dedication and commitment they have to address social challenges in their communities and create positive change. As America’s largest youth development organization, 4-H empowers almost six million young people across the United States.
4-H empowers youth to learn by doing, encouraging them to take on critical social issues and advocate for equality and inclusion for all. 4-H kids complete hands-on projects in areas such as health, science, agriculture, and civic engagement. 4-H kids also receive assistance from adult members. 4-H programs have a variety of schedules, interests, and budgets. They welcome all children who want to have fun, learn, and grow.
Read the stories of 4-H youth who joined the Revolution of Responsibility by using creative ideas to address issues in their community. Get involved by finding a 4-H near you, seeing what your local 4-H offers, and enrolling youth in 4-H or becoming a 4-H volunteer.