Show How You’re #4HGrown During National 4-H Week
During the 2016 National 4-H Week, occurring October 2-8, Michigan 4-H is encouraging people everywhere to help spread the word about 4-H by participating in the “4-H Grown” campaign on social media.
Held annually, National 4-H Week celebrates the accomplishments of millions of young people who are or were part of 4-H. Observed in varying ways across the country, National 4-H Week also helps to raise awareness about the positive impact 4-H has on the lives of 4-H youth, alumni and the communities in which they live.
During the 2016 National 4-H Week, occurring October 2-8, Michigan 4-H is encouraging people everywhere to help spread the word about 4-H by participating in the “4-H Grown” campaign on social media. By simply uploading one of our ready-to-use 4-H profile pictures or cover photos to your social media accounts, you’ll help raise awareness of 4-H and encourage others to learn how 4-H can impact their lives too.
Ready to get involved? Whether you’re a 4-H member, parent, alum, volunteer, mentor or supporter, you can join the fun!
Just download the profile or cover photo of your choice below and show your passion for 4-H in one or more of the following ways:
- Facebook: Change your profile picture and/or cover photo to show your support. Encourage your 4-H friends and family to do the same and consider sharing a photo or story during the week that highlights how 4-H has helped to shape your life. Remember to use the hashtag #4HGrown.
- Twitter: Swap out your current image for a #4HGrown profile picture or banner image. Continue to share your 4-H pride by tweeting about your experience or sharing your 4-H pictures. Use #MI4H and #4HGrown together to connect with other members of the Michigan 4-H family who are doing the same thing!
- Instagram: Share one or more of our profile pictures and the #4HGrown hashtag to let your followers know you’re a member of the 4-H family. Tell your personal 4-H story by posting pictures from your 4-H involvement, using #4HGrown.
We look forward to seeing how 4-H has grown you this National 4-H Week!