The 4-H Healthy Living program has gotten a big boost with a $1 Million gift. Four-H officials say Molina Healthcare’s gift and partnership with 4-H will help make the program available to “financially vulnerable youth and their families” in more communities.
National 4-H Council president and CEO Donald Floyd Junior says it’ll help create positive changes given “today’s health crisis” by educating more kids and their families about obesity, smoking prevention – and – other health issues.
About 2-and-a-half million youth participate in 4-H Healthy Living programs. There are six-million 4-H members nationwide.