4-H Ontario

Site: Provincial Office - Rockwood

Service: 4-H Ontario Provincial Office Services

Contact Information
Alternate Name 4H ; 4H Ontario ; CV19
Office Phone 519-856-0992
Toll Free Phone 1-877-410-6748
Fax 519-856-0515
E-Mail inquiries@4-hontario.ca
Website www.4-hontario.ca
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Primary Contact Marianne Fallis, Senior Manager, Programming; Phone: 519-856-0992 ext 472; Email: programming@4-hontario.ca
Alternate Contact Danielle Farquharson, Coordinator, Programming; Phone: 519-856-0992 ext 468; Email: opportunities@4-hontario.ca
Volunteer Coordinator Evelyn Chambers, Senior Manager, Volunteer and Community Engagement; Phone: 519-856-0992 ext 464; Email: volunteers@4-hontario.ca
Primary Executive Christine Oldfield, Executive Director; Phone: 519-856-0992 ext 471; Email: ed@4-hontario.ca
Description (Site) On Hwy 7
Located In Community Rockwood
Address & Map
111 Main St N
Rockwood, ON N0B 2K0
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Intersection Main St N and Alma St
Mailing Address c/o 4-H Ontario Provincial Office 
PO Box 212 
Rockwood, ON N0B 2K0
Physical Access Fully Accessible ; Free parking
Description & Services
Description (Agency) Head office for 4-H Ontario. Focuses on developing self-confidence, connection and a sense of responsibility in rural and urban youth.
Description (Service) COVID-19 Update: 4-H Ontario has mandated the continued suspension of all in-person 4-H activities and events until the state of emergency in Ontario is lifted and it is safe for youth, volunteers, and stakeholders to resume 4-H activities and events.

Provides information on the youth leadership program including clubs, associations and activities throughout Ontario.
* 4-H pledge encourages a balanced lifestyle and reminds participants to aim to be a good friend, mentor, community member and citizen
* 4-H shares a common thread everywhere, based on a “Learn To Do By Doing” philosophy
* hands-on activities and mentorship

Local 4-H associations can be found on the website at 4-H in my area

**Every 4-H Club consists of two Volunteers in Good Standing (screened, engaged volunteers 18 years and older) and a minimum of six eligible members
Hours Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Areas Served Ontario
Boundaries Fifty county associations divided into six regions
Eligibility Ages: 9 year(s) - 21 year(s) 
Volunteers must complete the 4-H Ontario Volunteer Screening Process and be at least 18 years of age. Volunteer learning and engagement opportunities provided.
Application Contact head office for application information or fill out inquiry form available on website.
Languages English
Fees Membership - annual membership fees for youth ; Some opportunities (camps) have fees, which are largely subsidized. Travel subsidies available for many opportunities.
Other Details
Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Established 1915
Funding Largely sponsor-funded
Print Material Annual Report ; Annual Resource Guide magazine ; Leadership In Action magazine
Service Categories Leadership Development ~ Youth ; Volunteer Opportunities ; Youth Agricultural Programs