4-H Ontario

2024 Registration is still OPEN! Help us meet our goal of 5,050 participants!

Come join the fun! First, complete the 2024 annual registration form and get ready for all 4-H Ontario has to offer!

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Learn about an available project or club near you

Is there a certain project or club you’re looking for? Explore all the available 4-H Projects in our Project library!

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Volunteer for Provincial Camp!

Have you ever wanted to volunteer with 4-H at the provincial level? Did you love attending 4-H Camp and have a passion for helping youth realize their full potential? We are looking for you! Filling out this form is not a commitment to attend these events, but to join our list of volunteers interested in attending these opportunities as a facilitator.

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4-H Volunteer Participation Form

Come volunteer for 4-H Ontario and help enrich the lives of youth, and enrich your life as well through learning opportunities, mentorships and experience!

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Request a 4-H Ontario Ambassador

Looking for an energetic and professional 4-H youth participant to support your upcoming event? Or maybe a youth perspective on the value of the 4-H program? Complete a request for a 4-H Ontario Ambassador! Our new 2024 team is ready!

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2024 Statistics

May 2, 2024

4-H Ontario Releases Four New Updated Projects for 2024

Guelph, ON (May 1, 2024) โ€“ 4-H Ontario is proud to announce the following projects have been updated for 2024: A World of Food in Canada, Eye on Energy, Cultural Diversity and The Real Dirt on Farming. Each year, 4-H…

April 5, 2024

4-H Ontario Council Announces New President

Guelph, ONT. (April 5, 2024)โ€ฏโ€“ The Ontario 4-H Council is pleased to announce that Erica Murray of Perth 4-H Association has been elected as the new President of the Ontario 4-H Council. Erica assumed the role of president on March…

March 28, 2024

Celebrating the 2024 4-H Ontario Arbor Award Recipients

Suzanne Barker of Kawartha Lakes Haliburton 4-H Association and Darrell Bergsma of the Huron 4-H Association Honoured at Ceremony Guelph, ON (March 27, 2024) โ€“ 4-H Ontario is proud to announce the recipients of the 2024 4-H Ontario Arbor Award,…

4-H Ontario recognizes that we live, learn and work on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of many Indigenous Nations and communities that have, and continue to call Ontario home. Our main office in Guelph/Eramosa, ON is located on the ancestral land and territory of the Anishinabewaki, Haudenosaunee, Attiwonderonk, Mississauga and the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation. This territory is also covered by the Haldimand Treaty of 1784 and Treaty 3 of 1972. We recognize and commit to the work that follows this acknowledgement to ensure reconciliation and a bright future for Indigenous peoples and youth. We encourage all residents and visitors of Ontario to learn about the land you walk on, and do your part in supporting and preserving Indigenous traditions, cultures, languages, Ways of Knowing (knowledge) and spirituality.