Partners and Friends

We partner with like-minded organizations that believe in the power of positive youth development.

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4-H Ontario likes to keep good company. We make sure to partner with like-minded non-profits and charities that support positive youth development and community building. Together we:

  • Share resources
  • Build programs
  • Participate in events
  • Build confident and resilient youth!

To find out more about becoming an official partner of 4-H Ontario email communications@4-HOntario.ca

The Co-operative Young Leaders camp is a unique summer camp for ages 13-18. CYL is led by experienced CYL volunteers and educators in the co-operative sector. This camp is part traditional camp experience and part experiential education. The program takes youth out of the classroom environment and lets them lead. All participants will experience a week dedicated to all things co-operative including games and activities while also enjoying camp fires, swimming and connecting with their peers from all over Ontario.

Visit their site for more information https://ontario.coop/co-operative-young-leaders

As a progressive agricultural society, the London Farm Show supports the on-going development of the agricultural industry and promotes its value to the urban community.

Visit their website for more information: https://www.westernfairdistrict.com/london-farm-show

Canada’s Digital Farm Show was a digital event that delivered interactive content from the field to the farm. There were equipment demos, agricultural technology, crop plot tours, livestock-focused and crop-based learning, and webinars to help you manage your farm during uncertain times.

Visit their website for more information:


For more than 30 years Ontario Sheep Farmers has been an advocate and unified voice for the Ontario’s 3,000 sheep farmers, representing the sheep, lamb and wool industries. The organization (and its predecessors) was established to promote and represent the industry’s interests and began with the formation of the Ontario Sheep Association in the 1970s.

Visit their website for more information: