The Frank Graham 4-H Volunteer Leadership Award recognizes 4-H volunteers for their hard work and dedication to Missouri's youth. Each county may honor up to two 4-H volunteers annually. The award is named in honor of Frank Graham, former director of the MU Extension 4-H Center for Youth Development and founding member of the Missouri 4-H Foundation Board of Trustees.
The Naomi Crouch 4-H Volunteer Leadership Award recognizes 4-H volunteers and organizations that have made notable contributions to 4-H youth. The statewide recognition is awarded annually to two volunteers and one organization. The award is named in honor of Naomi Mohler Crouch, in remembrance of her dedication to the youth of Missouri. Mrs. Crouch served as a Missouri 4-H Foundation Trustee and Chair, and was a Clay County 4-H parent and volunteer.
The Missouri 4-H Century Family Award recognizes 4-H families with a long, sustaining involvement in the 4-H program. Missouri 4-H families with a combined 100 years or more of membership and/or volunteer service in 4-H are eligible to be recognized.