Join with us and celebrate Hamilton County 4-H at our annual Cincinnati Buckeye Run, Supported by The KinderGarden School and Spring Grove Cemetery.
Proceeds from this race benefit Hamilton County 4-H and our efforts to provide positive youth development through community clubs, school based initiatives, after-school programs and SPIN clubs.
Hamilton County 4-H has:
- Served nearly 4,000 youth, representing a diverse cross section of Hamilton County.
- Partnered with 50 classrooms for ChickQuest, and 4 school gardens thanks to the generous support of the L&L Nippert Cheritable Trust.
- Continued serving more than 600 youth through our innovative 4-H Agri-Science in the City Program in partnership Pleasant Hill Academy in College Hill.
- Provided more than 150 youth with the chance to exhibit their 4-H projects at the Hamilton County Community Fair. Projects included robotics, nutrition, photography, vegetable gardening, animal husbandry and leadership.
Show your support by registering for the Cincinnati Buckeye Run, today!
You can also help us advertise, sign up as a volunteer, vendor or donate to our efforts.
Race Day Information:
Date: Sunday, September 29, 2018
Location: Spring Grove Cemetery and Arboretum
Runners Start: 9:00AM
Walkers Start: 9:15AM
Course Description: Course consists of blacktop and pavement
Healthy snacks will be served from 8:00AM-11:00AM
Registration opens August 15th!
$8 for 4-H Families ($5 registration + $3 fee).
$34.10 for Community Members ($30 registration + $4.10 fee).
(Having trouble with the registration link? Visit: http://go.osu.edu/CincinnatiBuckeyeRun).
HELP US BUILD OUR ENDOWMENT!
Hamilton County 4-H has been part of youth education for more than a century. Through community clubs, camps, in-school and after-school activities, and summer programs, 4-H creates fun through learning. Children and teens increase their self- confidence and personal life skills while learning about specific subjects from animals to computers, from public speaking to cooking, and from art and gardening to environmental sciences. With area youth participating in traditional clubs and students engaged in their classrooms through 4-H Agri-Science in the City, Hamilton County 4-H has impact on the lives of youth from all walks of life.
Thanks to the generosity of Dr. Nancy and Colonel David Bull, we have the opportunity to enhance this impact on the 4-H program for generations of youth to come through the establishment of an endowment to be used exclusively for 4-H programming in Hamilton County. Nancy and David Bull have a deep sense of the community of philanthropy. They would like to leverage their gift of $50,000, half the amount needed to fund the $100,000 endowment, as a challenge gift to other donors who are interested in establishing support of Hamilton County 4-H. Their gift will match dollar-for- dollar to the first $50,000 raised to establish the Hamilton County 4-H Endowment.
Establishing an endowment for Hamilton County will ensure the long-term success and growth of the 4-H program. The endowment will exist in perpetuity, and it will be used to support 4-H programming, scholarships and camperships, and the growth of 4-H in Hamilton County.
By making your gift or pledge, know that you will double the impact of your philanthropy through this challenge grant campaign. Your generosity, hand-in-hand with the generosity of Dr. and Colonel Bull, will support programming for youth in Hamilton County for generations.
For more information, contact Pablo Villa at 614-247-7344 or email@example.com.