4-H Club of Fountain Hills
4-H Empowered To Make A Difference Club in Fountain Hills provides students (ages 5-18) with mentors, hands-on learning experiences, and leadership opportunities so they can develop important life skills and make a difference in their communities and the world.
Join Our 4-H Club as a Student
Parents or guardians can sign-up their students to join our 4-H Club by following the 3 Steps below.
Step 1 - 4-H Club Registration
First, to join our 4-H club complete the membership registration form on our website.
Step 2 - Download Band App
Next, download the Band app for groups to gain access to our event calendar and other club communications.
Step 3 - ZSuite Registration
You must register on the ZSuite website to be covered by 4-H insurance. This also gives you access to other 4-H programs.
Join Our Club as an Adult Volunteer
Together, we can truly Make a Difference!
Become a 4‑H Volunteer today and help create life-changing experiences for youth in our community!
Volunteers provide caring and supportive mentoring to 4-H students, helping them grow into true leaders.
There are so many ways to volunteer! Let us know what your passions are and we can find a way that you can share that passion with the youth to help spark their interests and realize their potential.
Steps to Become a 4-H Adult Volunteer
4-H Club Recent News
4-H club members from Fountain Hill’s Empowered to Make a Difference 4-H Club visited the Petrified Forest National Park in April 2022. The youth and volunteers were surprised by the multi-colored pieces of petrified wood, the massive logs, and the vastness of the open area. The field trip was made possible by a generous grant from Arizona Game & Fish Department (AZGFD).
4-H club members from Fountain Hill’s Empowered to Make a Difference 4-H Club were able to take a 4-day field trip to northern Arizona thanks to a generous grant from Arizona Game & Fish Department (AZGFD).
We visited the Petrified Forest & Painted Desert, went on a beautiful nature hike at the base of Mount Elden, found a friendly horned lizard, built forts, cooked dinners, and had a nature scavenger hunt.
Student members from the 4-H Club of Fountain Hills had a great day learning about the numerous animals that call Arizona home. Billy Ristuccia, a local wildlife photographer, assisted with the presentation of the “Bone Box” lent to us by the Arizona Game & Fish Department. Members of the club got to have hands-on experience with various animal pelts while matching them with their skulls. The students also learned about each animal’s prey, habitat, and various other facts. A portion of the presentation was dedicated to safety awareness when approached by wildlife in and around town.