4-H is such a worthwhile program. By offering 4-H within the school day, it becomes accessible to so many more youth, especially those at risk whose parents or guardians may not be able to pay the fees or get them to extracurricular 4-H clubs.
McCall MacBain – Financial Assistance Pilot Program
4-H Alberta has secured initial funding from the McCall MacBain Foundation to roll out a financial assistance pilot to 4-H Members who may not have the financial means to participate in 4-H Alberta but would love to join. This program will be provided for the 2022/ 2023 Club Year as a pilot project. We hope that we are able to grow this financial assistance program in the future to help ensure anyone who is in financial need may still be able to access provincial programs offered by 4-H Alberta.
Any Member(s) who are considering to opt out or may not be in a financial position to join the 4-H Alberta program due to financial constraints/ limited financial resources, are strongly encouraged to apply by completing this application.
For more information and to apply, please click here.
Family Orientation Guide
This informative, organizational tool is a great way for new 4-H families to become familiarized with the basics of belongs to 4-H. Includes details on club operations, project basics, the 4-H organizations, opportunities beyond the club level and where to go for more information. The information tabs also function as 4-H Family Binder organizers!
Click on the appropriate section below to download the fillable PDF, enter in the appropriate information and update your Family Orientation Guide.
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Join a 4-H Club
Are you ready to join a family-friendly 4-H club that promotes healthy, active, social, community living through a wide variety of fun and interesting projects?
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