Auburn, Alabama — Attending a 4-H club meeting at age 8 was all it took to set Andrew Williamson on a life path of service to others.
“Andrew is a true leader and has a lot of potential,” said Alabama 4-H Agent Assistant for Morgan County, Sharon Fisher. “As the years have gone by, he has found his own voice, and is a viable part of the community.”
In the video from the Alabama Cooperative Extension System, Williamson shares his Alabama 4-H journey, favorite memories and current involvement in mentoring 4-H youth.
Williamson was a dedicated member of 4-H. His participation covered the spectrum of programs offered to Alabama youth.
“4-H has truly made an impact on my life. Hopefully, I will be able to take what I’ve learned and make an impact on others,” he said.
“I don’t really know what my future holds, but I truly can say 4-H has helped prepare me for my future,” Williamson added.
See Andrew’s 4-H story here.
Last year, Alabama 4-H worked with more than 144,000 youth. When you give to 4-H, you enrich young lives through designated support of project areas, events, scholarships or improved facilities.
Supporting Give to Grow
- Cash — This is the easiest way of giving to 4-H. Make checks payable to the Alabama 4-H Club Foundation, Inc., and mail to 227 Duncan Hall, Auburn, University, 36849
- Credit Cards — Visit the Alabama 4-H Club Foundation website at alabama4hfoundation.org for details about giving by credit card.
- Other ways to give — Securities, corporate matching gifts and planned deferred gifts are a few ways to give. For more options, visit alabama4hfoundation.org.