The Doddridge County 4-H Fund is monitored by an advisory group consisting of the President of the 4-H Leaders Association, two teen leaders and two representatives from the local 4-H foundation. It is overseen by Zona Hutson. They placed the fund with the foundation because the foundation supports the community itself and they believe that more can be accomplished with groups working collaboratively.

The fund primarily supports member participation in state and national events. The two main events with which the fund assists are the Citizenship Washington Focus program and the 4-H Club Congress. The Citizenship program allows students to spend a week in Washington D.C. learning about the government. The 4-H Club Congress is an opportunity for members from across the country to showcase their talents. The program was held in Chicago for many years, but now it is hosted by a different city each year.

As Hutson points out, 4-H is "all about positive youth development." The group's slogan is "Learn by doing." The program teaches children a variety of skills. Local clubs help build leadership skills by offering members the opportunity to serve as officers. Members are also able to create visual presentations, practice public speaking, attend camp and officer trainings and raise livestock.