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Since 1934, 4-H House has served as a home-away-from-home for college women attending the University of Illinois. 4-H House women benefit directly from the generosity of alumnae and friends, like you, who share in the commitment to the generations of women who have lived and grown at 4-H House. Gifts are used to support scholarships, house improvements and programming for the women of 4-H House. These opportunities are possible through your support.
Listed below are the current funds that support the women of 4-H House. If you feel strongly about a certain project or program not listed here, please use the link for the "Golden & Growing Fund" and, in the notes section, indicate where you would like your gift to be directed. Please note that contributions to the "Golden & Growing Fund" are not tax deductible. Gifts made for educational purposes, such as the scholarship funds and the Mary McKee Fund, qualify as a tax deduction.
After each fund description, you will have the opportunity to contribute online. You will be redirected to our secure PayPal site for your personal and credit card information.
To name Illinois 4-H House Association in your will or trust documents: “I leave (% of estate/$ amount/residue) to the Illinois 4-H House Association (Tax ID 37-6046465) located in the State of Illinois.”
If you are interested in naming Illinois 4-H House Association as a beneficiary of a retirement plan, life insurance policy, or bank/brokerage account:
Illinois 4-H House
Association Tax ID: 37-6046465
105 N. Main St.,
P.O. Box 522
St. Joseph, IL 61873
As always, please feel free to mail your contribution. Make your check payable to Illinois 4-H House Association (delineate one of the current funds on the memo line if desired) and mail to the address below:
IL 4-H House Association
105 N. Main St.,
P.O. Box 522 St.
Joseph, IL 61873
We are pleased to partner with Royal Bookkeeping Services LLC. The Association's PO box is located across the street from our bookkeeping service and is being monitored on a regular basis. They collect the mail and subsequently deposit checks while forwarding all donation notes, bills, and other correspondence to the Association treasurer. Mary (Bluhm) Schmitz ’94 is the founder and president of RBS LLC; her unique qualifications have contributed to a very successful working relationship.