Weld County 4-H Foundation

Each year the Weld County 4-H program teaches 900 youth ages 5 – 18 life skills through research based experiential learning projects through 27 4-H community clubs led by 275 volunteer leaders. Another 4,059 youth participated in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) activities and learn life skills through school enrichment and after school programs.

Lobby Closed

Weld County Extension Office Lobby is Closed to Walk-In Public.

Scholarship photo

Scholarship Applications will be available January 1st each year

Raw to Finished project Photos

For the month of January youth around Weld County have been learning how materials begin as raw materials and end up as finished products.

Endowment Photo

An investment in 4-H, and in the fundraising campaign, is an investment in today's and tomorrows youth.

Fidget Spinner and Ornament Photo

Recycling and Upcycling are the themes for December

Structures and Beekeeping

For the Month of October youth in Weld County have been building their way to success.

2019 Scholarship Winners

2019 Group Photo of Scholarship winners

2019 Outstanding Leaders

2019 Group Photo of Outstanding Leaders

Endowment Fund
In honor of Jean and her dedication to 4-H, and with the support of the Hoshiko family, the Weld County 4-H Foundation renamed the endowed position the Jean Hoshiko Memorial Endowment in December 2013. It is a small demonstration of our admiration for her commitment to ensuring 4-H programs are preserved and made available to Weld County youth for generations to come.