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Round Up at jcpenney to Benefit 4-H!

For 84 years, jcpenney has been part of the 4-H family, beginning with Mr. Penney's first donation to 4-H in 1928. We are thrilled to share that jcpenney’s commitment to this legacy will continue with support for 4-H again this year.

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jcpenney is shifting their corporate giving strategy and modifying the way they give to 4-H. Instead of hosting “Round Up” campaigns to benefit 4-H quarterly, this year they are dedicating the month of August to one large “Round Up” campaign to benefit 4-H and BGCA after-school programming. Learn more about the JCPCares program.

The amount of funding that will be generated is unknown at this point, but your engagement and participation is essential to help it grow. We have three unique opportunities that will allow you to help drive funding to 4-H:

  • Get Your Haircut at jcpenney on August 1st. Throughout the month of August, jcpenney will give any young person, grades K-6th, a free haircut at participating stores. For each free haircut they give on August 1st, jcpenney will donate $1 to 4-H up to $25,000. Haircuts are first come, first serve, or by appointment.
  • Shop at jcpenney and “Round Up”. Start your back-to-school shopping at jcpenney in the month of August and support your local 4-H program by rounding-up your purchases to the next dollar.
  • Help us spread the word via Facebook and Twitter by re-posting and retweeting about the promotion.

As the campaign unfolds and we learn new details, we will be sure to share them with you.

So, visit your local jcpenney store in August, tell your friends and family about the August “Round Up” campaign and get the word out and help to drive funding to your national, state and local 4-H program.

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