The following resources are provided to assist new and current Nebraska 4-H Clubs with various 4-H club-related responsibilities.
4-H Club Charter Application
When a new 4-H Club is formed in Nebraska, the 4-H Volunteer Leader or other person in charge of the 4-H Unit must complete the Request for Official Approval for Establishment of New 4-H Unit and Club Charter. Completion of this form provides the 4-H Club permission to use the 4-H Name and Emblem.
Template Constitution and Bylaws
The Template Constitution and Bylaws is a guide used to assist Nebraska 4-H Clubs with providing structure around the club's name/identity; mission and purpose; membership; officers; duties, and terms; meetings; fiscal operations; use of club revenue; and dissolution.
4-H Clubs receive federal income tax exemption through a group exemption held by the Nebraska 4-H Foundation. This means that 4-H clubs are exempt from paying federal income tax on funds raised on behalf of 4 H, or to support educational programs; and donors can deduct contributions to 4-H clubs. Learn More
- Officer's Guide
- Secretary's Record
- Reporter's Handbook
- Treasurer's Handbook
- Year End 4-H Club Treasurer's Report
Nebraska 4-H Club of Excellence