University of Maryland Extension

North East Regional Volunteer Forum

The 4-H program is a global youth organization that focuses on positive youth development through hands on learning of essential life skills. This would not be possible without the many   4-H volunteers who help to bring these programs to life.

Maryland has the honor of hosting the 2014 Northeast Regional 4-H Volunteer Forum to be held November 20-23, 2014 at the Marriott Inn & Conference Center in College Park, Maryland. We expect 350 4-H volunteers from across 13 states to come together to extend their knowledge, experience innovative programs and exchange new youth development ideas.

We would like to cordially invite you to be a part of this great gathering as a sponsor for the event. As a sponsor you will be able to reach a core group of adult 4-H volunteers and 4-H teens who are eager to try new things and will be ready to share what they have learned. This will provide you with a unique opportunity to promote your business to generous people from 13 states at one grand event!

There are many options for sponsorship for the forum. Please see the enclosed brochure that details sponsorships levels. Personalized packages can be created if you have other ideas. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor please contact:

Amanda Clougherty, Director
Maryland 4-H Foundation

With your help, 4-H can make today’s youth tomorrow’s leaders.


Amanda Clougherty

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