4-H Ontario

Scholarships and Grants

Journey 2050 Social Activation Grant

For 4-H Volunteers and Associations

How will we sustainably feed nine billion people by the year 2050? Explore world food sustainability and see how our decisions impact social, economic and environmental factors locally and globally through a virtual simulation. Learn from farm families in Kenya, India and Canada as you strive to feed a growing population. Through a generous grant from Agrium, we are offering local grants and webinar training that will enable you to run a Journey 2050 program in your area. This will also be featured at the 2017 Conference & Annual Meeting. To visit the Journey 2050 website click here

4-H Ontario is dedicated to supporting local initiatives across the province. This year, 4-H Ontario has been the recipient of funding from the Journey 2050 Social Activation Fund for the purpose of supporting local events that bring awareness to agricultural sustainability. Grants will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. Please complete the application below to be considered.  

4-H has a vision of sharing the values of a clear head, loyal heart, serving hands and better health with youth, volunteers and communities across Canada. In 2017, we are pleased to announce that through a generous grant from Agrium, we are offering local grants and webinar training that will enable you to run a Journey 2050 program/event in your area. This will involve creating awareness on how to sustainably feed the world’s population to the year 2050 and beyond. 

In order to apply, complete and submit the Journey 2050 Social Activation Grant Application Form. The Coordinator, Programming will then notify you when your application has been received via email, and a decision will be rendered within two weeks of receipt of the application. Grants will be approved on a first-come, first-serve basis. Grant applications will be accepted from this date until March 28, 2017 and the event must occur by December 15, 2017. Please send all grant applications to Lindsay Bebbington, Coordinator, Programming at 4-H Ontario by emailing opportunities@4-hontario.ca.

Upon completion of the final report, the designated funds will be dispersed by electronic transfer to your local Association bank account for dissemination to the event lead as appropriate.

Distribution of funds requires the following commitment from you:

  • Prior to your event the applicant must attend a Journey 2050 Training Webinar OR attend the Journey 2050 Presentation at the 4-H Ontario Conference and Annual Meeting on Sunday, March 26.
  • Complete your event by December 15, 2017
  • By the 1st of the month after your event please complete the Journey 2050 Social Activation Grant Report Form (which will be sent with event approval) which asks for the following details:
    • A report on the number of people engaged in your event (the number of: 4-H Members, 4-H Volunteers, non 4-H youth and other community members),
    • How the funds were applied to the event,
    • How agriculture and food sustainability was highlighted; and
    • How information was shared with the audiences

 

To apply for this grant download and complete the application form here.

 

*Please note that there will be three Journey 2050 Training Webinars in April. If you have not already been trained and are not attending the Sunday morning session at CAM you must attend one of these training webinars in order to receive the grant.

 

Upcoming Webinar Dates:

Tuesday, January 24 @ 12:00pm

Wednesday, February 1 @ 7:00pm

Thursday, February 9 @ 7:00pm

Tuesday, February 21 @ 12:00pm

Wednesday, March 1 @ 7:00pm

Please RSVP your attendance to one of these webinars at least 1 week prior to the date to opportunities@4-hontario.ca. Please note a minimum of 3 participants is required to run a webinar. 


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