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Tractor Supply kicks off Fall Paper Clover campaign supporting 4-H


Tractor Supply has kicked off the 2022 fall Paper Clover campaign across the country. The partnership began in 2010, and so far, the fundraiser has raised over $17 million.

The Fall Paper Clover campaign will run from through October 16. Contributions to the #4HPaperClover campaign can be purchased at checkout. 

»Related: National 4-H Week celebrates #Opportunity4All

One hundred percent of funds raised through both the fall and spring Paper Clover fundraisers directly benefit 4-H and the kids and teens they work with. Ninety percent of donations directly support 4-H youth in the state it was raised, and the remaining 10 percent supports national 4-H programming. 

Donations are often used to send youth (sometimes limited-resource youth) to camps, educational events, and other functions throughout the year.

The 2022 spring Paper Clover campaign hosted by Tractor Supply Co. raised $1,254,555, one of the highest totals in the dozen-year history of the program.

Funds raised through the Paper Clover fundraiser have helped provide you with hands-on learning experiences in areas such as STEM, agriculture, healthy living, and civic engagement. 

Tractor Supply invites your club to get active with your local store if it hasn’t already! Talk with your local store manager about what activity and partnership opportunities exist in your area.

Tractor Supply has shared some of their success stories of local partnerships: “For the last two years, Soren has spent much of his free time volunteering at Tractor Supply and gathering donations for 4-H in Ravenna, Ohio. 4-H is one of the highlights of Soren’s life, so he was exciting to be presented with yet another 4-H opportunity when his county worked closely with 4-H and, using a portion of the funds they raised from the Tractor Supply donations, sent him and his brother to Camp Canopy!”

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