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4-H Leader Resources

Program Contact: Abby Brandt, 4-H Program Manager
509-773-5817 •

End of Year Paperwork

These annual forms are due from each club/group by December 31st 2020

Download a Fillable PDF of the Required Forms

Complete Annual Paperwork through one Online Form
If you choose to complete the Online Form be prepared to complete this in one sitting.  There is no saving and returning to the form.  Be prepared by viewing the PDF of the paperwork and gathering your club financials to know your

    • Starting Account Balance in October of 2019
    • Total Combined Income from the 4-H Year
    • Total Combined Expenses from the 4-H Year
    • Ending Account Balances as of September 2020

Audit Report and Property Inventory List PDF

Pre-Fundraising Report Form doc

Pre-Fundraising Report Form PDF

Post-Fundraising Report Form doc

Post-Fundraising Report Form PDF

These forms last updated 11/2020

4-H Surveys

Klickitat 4-H Experience Survey PDF

Klickitat 4-H Experience Survey WORD

Klickitat 4-H Experience Survey Online Version

4-H Management Fee

A Guide to the Washington State 4-H Enrollment Fee pdf

Our Priority Commitments pdf

Fee Assistance Application 2019-2020 pdf
Copies are available at the Extension Office

4-H Publications and Forms

WA State 4-H Policy & Procedure Handbook

4HOnline Resources

Managing Your Club in 4HOnline PDF

Logging into Your Club Training Video

Free Materials

The Washington State Dairy Council offers $25 in supplies to every educator once a year.  Create an account and reap the benefits for your 4-H Club!


National 4-H Curriculum Catalog

Discover 4-H Curriculum Kits from Utah State University

Using the 4-H Name & Emblem

With over 115 years of History the 4-H name and Emblem is a respected and protected image associated with the Largest Youth Development Program in the World.

Club Leaders are the first line to project the clover!  Compare your usage with the 4-H Name and Emblem Guide (pdf) from the USDA.

You can download copies of the official clovers here on this page to use.  Questions about your club logo or promotional design?  Contact Us!