Our Partners

National Partners and Sponsors

4-H Canada’s national partners and sponsors help make our important work as a leading positive youth development organization possible. These partnerships allow us to develop and administer innovative programs that give today’s youth opportunities to obtain the skills and experiences they need to succeed in all areas of their lives. We sincerely thank all of our donors and sponsors for their generous support.

To learn how your organization can become a supporter of 4-H Canada, please contact our Funds Development Coordinator, Heidi Vallinga, at hvallinga@4-h-canada.ca

Emerald Clover

Supporting partner of 4-H Canada

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Leading partner of the Environment and Healthy Living Pillar

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Platinum Clover

Leading partner of the Science and Technology Pillar

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Supporting Partner of the Leadership Excellence Awards of Distinction (L.E.A.D.)

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Leading partner of the Sustainable Agriculture & Food Security Pillar

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Gold Clover

Supporting partner of 4-H Canada 150 Signature Project

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Supporting partner of 4-H Canada 150 Signature Project

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Silver Clover

Supporting partner of the Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security Pillar
Supporting partner of the Science and Technology Leadership Development Pillar
Supporting partner of the Weston Family 4-H Agricultural Scholarships

Bronze Clover

Volunteer partner for the 2017 Global 4-H Network Summit
Supporting partner of the 2017 Global 4-H Network Summit
Supporting Partner of the Box Back Program
Supporting partner for the 2017 Global 4-H Network Summit
Supporting partner of the TD 4-H Agricultural Scholarships

Green Clover

Agropur
Canadian Canola Growers Association
CIBC
CropLife International
Dalhousie University Faculty of Agriculture
EarthFresh
Embassy of the United States in Ottawa
John Deere Canada
Masonic Foundation of Ontario
The Co-operators
The Semex Alliance

White Clover

BDO Canada
Ottawa Tourism