Show your appreciation for your 4-H club leader and nominate them for 4-H Canada’s top award for volunteers!
The National Volunteer Leader of the Year Award recognizes the volunteer leaders who are the biggest champions of the 4-H program! With their support and guidance, 4-H members receive outstanding experiences and skills that help them continue to be responsible, caring and contributing youth who are positively impacting the world around them.
One leader from each province will be selected as the Provincial Volunteer Leader of the Year and will receive a $100 cash prize, as well as $100 towards a celebratory party for their club.
The provincial winner could also be chosen as the National Volunteer Leader of the Year! The winning national volunteer will receive a prize package including a $1,000 cash prize and registration for the 2021 Leadership Summit.
The award will be presented at the virtual 4-H Canada Leadership Awards in February 2021.
Nominate your volunteer leader today!
Nominations for this award can be made by 4-H members between Oct. 22 and Dec. 30, 2020.
Selection of the provincial winners and the overall national winner is based on two 4-H member references, club involvement, community involvement, length of involvement, and how much the members have learned and developed as a result of the leader. Review the full nomination guidelines for this award.
National Volunteer Leader of the Year
Truro-North River 4-H Club, Nova Scotia
Provincial Volunteer Leaders of the Year
Lori Nielsen, Prairie Winds 4-H Club, Calgary, Alberta
Marlene Baskerville, U of M Future Leaders 4-H Club, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Theresa Hunter, River Valley 4-H Club, Summerfield, New Brunswick
Janice Whalen, Millview-Vernon River 4-H Club, Avondale, Prince Edward Island
Joanne Blanchard, 4-H Challenging Pioneers, Mount Pearl, Newfoundland and Labrador
The National Volunteer Leader of the Year Award is supported by: