HFMF assists students who are interested in raising animals for Tomball ISD’s Future Farmers of America (FFA) program who may not have the financial resources to buy, feed and shelter an animal. Students in FFA can raise a variety of animals, including steers, pigs, lambs, goats, rabbits, chickens and turkeys. The Hudson Folkerts Memorial Foundation was established because the Folkerts Family wanted to give Tomball ISD students the opportunity to raise animals as Hudson loved to do. Following the completion of an application and meeting certain established criteria, a Tomball ISD student can be awarded an animal to raise to compete in the annual Tomball FFA show.
Since the establishment of HFMF, over $150,000 has been spent by the Foundation in the Animal Scholarship Program. For the 2017-2018 year, we are pleased to announce that there were 41 animals awarded to Tomball ISD students for participation in the Tomball FFA program.
HFMF Animal Applications for 2020-2021 School Year – Steers and Turkeys are now available.
To view the application, please click the button below. Print the application, fill out all fields and submit to an FFA teacher at your high school – either Tomball High School or Tomball Memorial High School.DOWNLOAD APPLICATION
2020-2021 Application Submission
Please submit completed applications to one of your high school’s FFA teachers listed below.
TOMBALL HIGH SCHOOL
TOMBALL MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL
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