Leadership of the county 4-H Youth Development Program is provided by 4-H Youth Development staff. Adult volunteers are authorized by 4-H Youth Development staff to be the administrative leaders for Community Clubs, the Leaders’ Association, and county-wide committees. These recognized 4-H groups provide 4-H educational opportunities in accordance with laws and regulations established by Congress and the U.S. Department of Agriculture. This page provides the resources for these groups to conduct their business according to state/federal procedures.
Clubs/groups are responsible for keeping detailed financial records including a system for tracking income, expenses, reimbursements, etc. (all money that goes in and out of a group’s treasury). To assist with this, Winnebago County Leaders’ Association created “Moolah Reports” to manage and track financial requests from their membership.
The Moolah Reports (below) are used to access funds for committees/groups who operate under the Winnebago County 4-H Leaders’ Association Charter. The UW-Extension office assists the Leaders’ Association treasurer as the sole point of collection for Moolah Reports. The treasurer processes these reports on a bi-monthly basis.
– EXPENSES-Leaders’ Association Moolah Report (word doc)
– EXPENSES-Leaders’ Association Moolah Report (pdf)
– INCOME-Leaders’ Association Moolah Report (word)
– INCOME-Leaders’ Association Moolah Report (pdf)
Horse & Pony Project
The Moolah Report (below) is used solely for Horse & Pony Project funds and are not collected by the UW-Extension office. Please contact the Horse & Pony Project treasurer for additional information.
The form below is an optional tool for Community Club treasurers to manage reimbursement requests from their membership.
– Reimbursement/Payment Form– (word)
4HOnline Resources for Leaders:
4-H Charter and Annual Renewal Process: http://fyi.uwex.edu/wi4hvolunteers/clubs-and-groups/charters/
Completing the 4-H Club/Group Annual Financial Report: http://fyi.uwex.edu/wi4hvolunteers/clubs-and-groups/charters/annual-financial-report/
Short video to help with completing your club’s charter: https://youtu.be/frdV-fhM0JE
4-H Club Officer Resources
Treasurer Cover– ( Word, 4 pages)
Record of Club Finances– (Word, 2 pages)
Monthly Treasurer Report Form– (Word, 1 page)
Checkbook Balancing Form– (Excel, 1 page)
Reimbursement/Payment Form– (Word, 1 page)
4-H Committee Template
Food Service Permit
INSTRUCTIONS: When filling out the food permit, save a copy to your desktop, than fill out your information and save again. Email that file you saved on your computer to the email address listed on the PDF.
- Food Service Guidelines (Rev. 2012) (PDF 7 pages)
- Food Permit Request Fillable (Fillable PDF 1 page)
Money Available for Clubs/Projects
Mutual of Wausau Insurance – 4-H Club Grant
The purpose of the Mutual of Wausau Insurance Corporation 4-H Club Grant Program is to support 4-H Clubs in youth development and to promote civic and leadership responsibilities. Grants will be awarded in the amount of $400 per club. In order to be considered for a grant, your application must be received at the Mutual of Wausau home office by April 1, 2019. Click on the link below for a grant application.
Wisconsin Pork Association Youth Pig Project Scholarships
The Wisconsin Pork Association Youth Committee is once again offering Youth Pig Project scholarships. These scholarships are designed to assist 4-H and FFA members in establishing swine projects that can lead to development of life skills and career opportunities in the Wisconsin pork industry.
4-H and FFA youth are eligible to apply for a $50.00 scholarship used to offset costs associated with their 2019 pig project. Scholarships will be awarded in three age divisions, as follows: Ages 9-12, 13-15, and 16-19 (as of January 1, 2019). Thanks to support from pig breeders throughout the state, at least twenty $50.00 scholarships will be awarded this spring.