Tractor Supply raises $2.4 million for National 4-H

The farm and ranch retailer’s Fall Paper Clover campaign raises nearly $1.138 million.
Tractor Supply Paper Clover 4-H Nov 2022
Tractor Supply's annual Paper Clover fundraising campaign benefits more than 10,000 4-H youth and supports education and leadership programming.

Tractor Supply, in partnership with the National 4-H Council, announced that its Fall Paper Clover campaign raised nearly $1.138 million.

Proceeds from the 2022 Fall Paper Clover event will impact more than 10,000 4-H kids and teens across the country, funding their leadership conferences, camps, and educational programs, Tractor Supply said.

This is the Company’s second Paper Clover fundraiser this year. During the Spring Paper Clover 2022 event, Tractor Supply raised a total of $1,254,555 for 4-H students nationwide, resulting in a combined total of $2,392,546 raised this year, alone.

From Oct. 5-16, Tractor Supply customers and Team Members purchased the signature 4-H Paper Clover Emblem at checkout in-store and online at 

Funds raised will go directly to 4-H, with 90% of donations earmarked for programs in the state where funds were collected, and the remaining funds to support the overall mission and growth of 4‑H nationally.

“We are grateful to continue this long-standing partnership with the National 4-H Council,” said Kimberley Gardiner, chief marketing officer at Tractor Supply. “In our 12 years of partnership, this program has impacted the lives of more than 100,000 students, providing them with the resources needed to develop skills that will last a lifetime. More than anything, we hope this campaign gives students the opportunity to learn, grow and take on critical projects in STEM, agriculture, healthy living, and civic engagement to help better the communities around them.”

Since the initiative began in 2010, Tractor Supply has raised more than $19 million for 4-H youth through the Paper Clover fundraisers.

“We are so proud to celebrate another successful Paper Clover fundraising campaign with Tractor Supply,” said Heather Elliott, chief development officer at National 4-H Council. “It’s inspiring to see how many communities believe in the power of 4-H to create opportunity for all young people.”

In addition to the Paper Clover fundraiser, for the second consecutive year, the Tractor Supply Company Foundation donated an additional $250,000 as a multi-year commitment to 4-H Tech Changemakers. The program empowers 4-H youth to take control of digital literacy and economic prosperity in their communities.

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