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Kittitas County 4-H Endowment Trust Fund

Program Contact: Brittany Briggs, 4-H Program Manager
(509) 962-7507 • brittany.briggs@wsu.edu

The Kittitas County 4-H Endowment Trust Fund was started in 1988 to provide a reliable source of funding to support the Kittitas County 4-H program in perpetuity.  The Council recognized that to ensure a long-term quality 4-H program for Kittitas County youth, a permanent source of funding was required.

Types of Support

  • Auction
  • Memorial Gifts
  • Gifts of Property
  • Cash Gifts

For more information regarding the 4-H Endowment Trust Fund, please contact the Kittitas County Extension Office.

Kittitas County 4-H Endowment Trust Fund Brochure

Board of Trustees
  • Dick Wedin
  • Mark Crowley
  • Joel Thomas
  • Tip Hudson/Alison White/Brittany Briggs
  • Connie Dunnington
  • Jackie Brunson
  • Glenna Maskal
  • Winnie Bartsma
  • Carol Shannon
Ex-Officio Members
  • 4-H Council President
  • 4-H Livestock Committee Chair
  • 4-H Horse Committee Chair
  • Junior Livestock Sale Chair

The Kittitas County 4-H Endowment Trust Fund is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit charitable corporation.  Donations are tax deductible for federal tax purposes.