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Nebraska 4-H Foundation Has New Website

Nebraska 4-H Foundation Has New Website

It is a way for organization to communicate with donors and alumni.

The Nebraska 4-H Foundation has a new website that invites visitors and members to learn about new and ongoing events at the foundation and communicates with 4-H donors and alumni. The website address is:

Stuart Shepherd, executive director of Nebraska 4-H, says, "Donors and our alumni want to know that their financial support is touching the lives of Nebraska's children. As stewards of the resources given to 4-H, the 4-H Foundation is mission-centered. We believe the 4-H mission is at the heart of everything we do. This passion for 4-H is apparent on every page of the foundation's new website."

4-H is the largest youth development organization in Nebraska, the United States and the world with programs in 70 countries. It is Nebraska's largest youth program serving more than 143,000 youth. The website was designed to educate people about the 4-H program and the mission of 4-H and the foundation.

The Nebraska 4-H Foundation site was designed and developed by Turbine Interactive.

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