Updated May 14, 2021
As communities across Canada continue to adjust to the challenges from the effects of COVID-19, 4-H Canada’s priority continues to be the health, safety and security of our youth members, volunteer leaders, families, and the communities 4-H impacts.
We have worked over these past months to adapt and deliver existing programs as possible in the pandemic environment and respond with resources that address the emerging needs of our 4-H community. 4-H Canada remains committed to delivering fun, inclusive, and relevant programming to our 4-H youth and leaders, to supporting the 4-H community, and to working in partnership with our provincial 4-H organizations, partners, and stakeholders as we continue to empower youth leaders.
National Programming Updates
The following programs will not be offered in 2021:
- Club to Club Exchanges
- Hands to Larger Service
- Careers on the Grow Internships
- Going Global Exchanges
- U.S. National 4-H Conference
Stay tuned for details on the return of these national programs and new programs for 2021-2022.
Interested in activities you can do virtually with your club or at home? Check out 4-H at Home.
Provincial and Local Programming Updates
We are continuing to work closely with our provincial 4-H organizations and consulting with public health officials, government partners, and stakeholders to ensure any in-person programming is conducted only where appropriate while adhering to public health guidelines and protecting the safety of everyone involved.
As provincial governments vary in their respective levels of restrictions, local and provincial in-person 4-H programming may resume and/or be paused under provincial health and safety guidelines. Please contact your provincial 4-H office for more information on the status of 4-H programming where you live.
Our national staff continue to work from home and can be contacted directly by email or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
4-H Canada will continue to communicate any developments and further changes to our programming and operations, and we will share updates to this page.
Thank you for your engagement during this very dynamic and changing time. We know that the 4-H movement in Canada remains dedicated to working collaboratively to continue nurturing responsible, caring, and contributing youth leaders.
For more information
For more information and updates on COVID-19, please visit the Public Health Agency of Canada’s website.
For more information on the status of local and provincial 4-H programming, please contact your provincial 4-H office.
For more information on national 4-H programming and operations, or to get in touch with a staff member, please contact 4-H Canada at email@example.com.