JOIN US FOR 30 DAYS OF DOING
Join us for 30 days of hands-on activities to help inspire kids to do—you could win a $10,000 scholarship for your child.
Inspire Kids to Do
We believe in empowering kids with the skills they need to succeed. In 4-H, mentors inspire kids to be
True Leaders through hands-on doing—empowering them to pursue their passions and chart their own course.
Be an inspiration and join 30 Days of Doing.
About the 30 Days
30 Days of Doing is a chance for kids across the nation to do with purpose through hands-on learning. Through activities in agriculture, STEM, community service, healthy living and more, 30 Days of Doing will help kids gain the skills they need to be successful in life—and have fun along the way.
Plus, starting September 1 you could win a $10,000 scholarship for your kid – and your state 4-H program could receive $10,000 to inspire kids in the community!
Submit a photo that shows how your child inspires themselves or others to do with purpose for themselves, their family, their community, their country or the world. Check back September 1 for more details!
All parents or legal guardians with children ages 5-17 are eligible for entry. There Is a limit of one entry per entrant every twelve (12) hours. Click here for full Official Rules. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. Contest is open to legal guardians of children aged between 5 and 17. Entrants must be legal residents of the 50 U.S./D.C., age 21+. Void outside the 50 U.S./D.C. and where prohibited. Contest entry starts at 12:00:01 AM ET on 9/1/18 and ends at 11:59:59 PM ET on 9/30/18. Limit: One (1) entry per entrant every twelve (12) hours. Full Official Rules will be available here on 9/1/18. Sponsor: National 4-H Council.
Join Our Twitter Party
Join 4-H, Mom It Forward, and a panel of experts as we discuss the importance of “learning by doing.” Share your ideas with other parents and get started on your "To Do" list for your kids. Be an inspiration.
Twitter Party Details: Tuesday, August 28 from 9-10 pm ET (8 CT, 7 MT, 6 PT)
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