Big 4-H haul for Tractor Supply
Spring fundraiser brings in over $900,000 in 12 days.
Tractor Supply Company’s most recent Paper Clover fundraiser pulled in $917,954 in just 12 says.
The spring event raised money from customers and employees through in-store and online donations in partnership with the National 4-H Council. The funds will be put toward scholarships for numerous state-level 4-H programs for youth, including animal care, woodworking and civic responsibility.
“Tractor Supply customers and team members continue to show support to 4-H youth through the Paper Clover campaign because they recognize the lasting impact that 4-H programs have on youth in their communities,” said Christi Korzekwa, senior vice president of marketing at Tractor Supply Company. “The impact of the Paper Clover program is proven by the important opportunities it presents to 4-H youth nationwide. We are proud to work with our customers and team members to make a difference in the lives of these young people.”
Now in its 10th year, the Paper Clover campaign has raised $13.2 million for 4-H youth.
“Programs like Paper Clover are key to supporting the development of our youth’s skills and passions, and we are beyond grateful to Tractor Supply, which continues to help us provide hands-on learning experiences for our kids,” said Jennifer Sirangelo, president and CEO of National 4-H Council. “By presenting 4-H youth with learn-by-doing programming, we give them the tools they need to become tomorrow’s leaders.”
Based in Brentwood, Tenn., Tractor Supply Company operates 1,775 stores in 49 states along with 176 Petsense stores in 26 states.
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