Extension is a partnership between state, federal, and county governments to provide scientific knowledge and expertise to the public. The University of Florida (UF), together with Florida A&M University (FAMU), administers the Florida Cooperative Extension Service. UF/IFAS Extension encompasses thousands of faculty members, scientists, educators, administrative staff, and volunteers, all working to provide solutions for your life. Please consider making an impact on Florida's communities through a gift to UF/IFAS Extension.
Local investments for local programs
Endowments are gifts that are invested to provide annual support for a program in perpetuity. Through the Road to 67 initiative, we hope to establish at least one endowment for each of Florida's 67 counties. As of August 2019, 25 counties are benefitting from at least one endowment. Donors choose the purpose and name of the endowment; for example, the Jimmy and Benita S. Boyd St. Johns County 4-H Endowment benefits the 4-H Youth Development Program in St. John's County, while the Escambia County Master Gardeners Endowment benefits the Florida Master Gardener Program in Escambia County. The minimum endowment amount is $30K, which will generate approximately $1,200 annually. Gifts can be pledged over five years or can be established through an estate plan. For more information, please contact Katherine Davies at (352) 294-7869 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Florida 4-H Camps
4-H camps are an effective way of reaching Florida's youth through outdoor activities and hands-on, learn-by-doing education. Each year, 3,000+ youth spend a week or more at camp learning new skills, developing self-confidence, making lifelong friends and having a lot of fun. You can support 4-H camps with a gift here: Florida 4-H Camp Development Fund.
Florida 4-H Clover Society
The Florida 4-H Clover Society Fund exists as a steady source of financial support for Florida 4-H. With an annual investment of $500 or more you too can join this society of dedicated and passionate Florida 4-H supporters. Join today:
For 40 years, Master Gardeners volunteers have been providing research-based gardening solutions and outreach to Florida's residents, helping make their communities better informed, more sustainable and more beautiful. Show your support with a gift to the Florida Master Gardener Legacy Fund today!
The mission of the Florida Master Naturalist Program (FMNP) is to promote understanding and respect of Florida's Natural world. Taught by 150 instructors statewide, FMNP training benefits persons interested in learning more about Florida’s environment or wishing to increase their knowledge for use in education programs as volunteers, employees, ecotourism guides, and others. Click here to support FMNP with a gift!