Civic Engagement

Being Good Citizens
4‑H civic engagement programs empower young people to be well-informed citizens who are actively engaged in their communities and the world. Youth learn about civic affairs, build decision-making skills and develop a sense of understanding and confidence in relating and connecting to other people.

  • Leadership & Personal Development
  • Community Action
  • Communication & Expressive Arts

Month of the Military Child- April

  In April, we acknowledge and celebrate the dependent youth of military families. The Month of the Military Child is a

Close Up of Paper Flower Bouquets for Community Service Project

Spring Flowers in Winter

This year the 4-H Ilima club organized a county-wide service project to make paper flower bouquets and donate them to the Hale Makua Care Home in Wailuku.

4H Fun Story Read

Kauai 4H Federation and Kauai 4H Livestock Club just completed a 4H Fun Stories Read (Recording) for hospital patients and

Screenshot of the 4-H Hale Learning web page.

4-H Hale Learning

Hawaii 4-H is turning into 5-H with the addition of Hale (home) Learning!

4-H Youth Sewing Masks in Response to COVID-19 Pandemic

Supporting Community Needs

Thanks to the members in the East Hawaii 4-H Federation for giving back to the community during the pandemic.

Youth engaged in community service neighborhood beautification project

Virtual Community Service

As we adjust to the changes brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, we want to find ways to stay connected

MyPI Hawaii Spring 2020 Adult Volunteer Training Flier

Volunteer Disaster Prep Training

Make a difference in your community by becoming a MyPI Hawaii adult volunteer trainer for youth aged 12-18.

Parliamentary Procedure and Officer Workshop

Opportunity for youth and adults to learn about the Parliamentary Procedure and to explore the different leadership roles and responsibilities

Cover Page of 2019 4-H Congress Newsletter

2019 4-H National Congress

The 4-H Congress journey started with the long travel day from their home islands to Atlanta, Georgia and ended with

Maui Girl club members hosting a donation table at Petco

Kitten Drive

On May 19th the Maui Girls club had a donation drive at the Petco Kahului Store to help the new kittens at the Maui Humane Society.