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4H Capital

  Organization Overview    
  Contact Information    
  Organization Programs    
  Service Locations    
  Relationships  
 

Organization Overview

Mission Statement :
4-H CAPITAL inspires youth to develop into inquiring scientists, citizens of character, partners in service, and engaged community members through participation in project-based learning experiences and collaborative community involvement.
Legal Entity :
501(c)(3) nonprofit Legal Entity available501(c)(3) nonprofit
Government agency Legal Entity availableGovernment agency
Services targeted to(key words for your population):
Youth ages 5 to 14
Geographic Operating Area or Focus:
Travis County

Contact Information


   
Organization Name
: 4H Capital
  
Address
: 1600 B Smith Road
        Austin, TX , 78721
    
      
  
Phone
: 512-854-9600
  
Fax
: 512-854-9611
  
Website
: http://www.4-hcapital.org
  
For information contact
Shelley.Franklin@traviscountytx.gov
  


Organization Programs

   
 
Direct Programs
Program NameProgram TypePrimary Service Categories
Engineering and Tinkering In-depth
General/Other Youth Development
Academic Enrichment & Support
Science Extensions In-depth
Academic Enrichment & Support
General/Other Youth Development
Summer Camp In-depth
General/Other Youth Development
Academic Enrichment & Support
Animal Science Periodic
General/Other Youth Development
Academic Enrichment & Support
Natural Resources Periodic
General/Other Youth Development
Academic Enrichment & Support
Youth Gardening Periodic
Academic Enrichment & Support
General/Other Youth Development
 

Service Locations


Note - Children/youth participating in multiple programs at the same location may be double-counted.


School and community locations where services are provided
School Name Capacity Participation Program Types
Austin Independent School District
Elementary Schools
Allison Elementary5151Periodic,In-depth
Blanton Elementary6851Periodic,In-depth
Blazier Elementary3434In-depth,Periodic
Brown Elementary3434In-depth,Periodic
Harris Elementary1717In-depth
Hart Elementary6868Periodic,In-depth
Houston Elementary5134Periodic,In-depth
Langford Elementary5134In-depth,Periodic
Linder Elementary?(unsure)?(unsure)In-depth
Oak Springs Elementary3434In-depth,Periodic
Ortega Elementary5151Periodic,In-depth
Palm Elementary5134Periodic,In-depth
Pecan Springs Elementary?(unsure)?(unsure)In-depth
Perez Elementary5134Periodic,In-depth
Reilly Elementary17?(unsure)Periodic
Rodriguez Elementary6851In-depth,Periodic
Widen Elementary6851Periodic,In-depth
Wooten Elementary3434In-depth,Periodic
Middle Schools
Bedichek Middle School3434In-depth,Periodic
Martin Middle School3434In-depth,Periodic
Paredes Middle School3434In-depth,Periodic
Del Valle Independent School District
Elementary Schools
Creedmoor Elementary17?(unsure)Periodic
Hillcrest Elementary17?(unsure)Periodic
Hornsby Elementary17?(unsure)Periodic
Popham Elementary17?(unsure)Periodic
Smith Elementary17?(unsure)Periodic
 
Community Locations Capacity Participation Program Types
No Community Locations Selected
School and community locations where services could be provided
School Name Capacity Participation Program Types
No School Locations Selected
 
Community Locations Capacity Participation Program Types
No Community Locations Selected

Relationships

Service Relationships
Boys & Girls Clubs of the Austin Area
Sustainable Food Center
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program
UT-Literacy First
Coalition Relationships
Funder Relationships
AISD 21st Century