Join the more than 300 youth and adult volunteers in Pinellas County who donate their time each year to the 4-H youth development program. These volunteers were among the millions across the country who were recognized during "National Volunteer Week," April 23-29.
Pinellas County 4-H Youth Development has the highest number of volunteers in the University of Florida Extension program. Volunteers can be parents, youth, neighbors, members of organizations, business people, 4-H alumni or just anyone looking for a fun volunteer opportunity. Volunteers help the 4-H program thrive through their mentoring and teaching of youth. Annually Pinellas County 4-H Youth Development educates over 10,000 youth per year ranging in ages from five to 18.
There are several ways to volunteer with 4-H. These are just some of the opportunities:
Change the life of a young person in your neighborhood by lending a hand. For more information on how to volunteer, call the Pinellas County Extension office at (727) 582-2100. All programs are open to all persons regardless of race, color, age, sex, handicap, or national origin.
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