Today, the Alberta 4-H Centre is so much more than just a central gathering place. The centre serves as a home away from home for 4-H youth during the annual summer camping program.
By following the 4-H motto “Learn to do by Doing”, we are teaching leadership, communication, technical, and life skills. We foster our youth to future leaders in our community.
In 1977, the 4-H Foundation of Alberta was formed as a nonprofit organization to build and operate the Alberta 4-H Centre. The 4-H Foundation of Alberta is focused on 3 key areas.
We wish to provide you with the latest update regarding 4-H in Alberta’s response to Coronavirus COVID-19 and its effect on 4-H programming in Alberta.
After careful consideration and review, a decision has been made that all 4-H sanctioned activities and events in Alberta scheduled to take place between Friday, March 13, 2020 and Tuesday, April 14, 2020 inclusive are to be suspended effective immediately. This includes club, district, region, and provincial level events and programs.
The 4-H Foundation of Alberta is thrilled and proud to have been awarded with the 2019 Canadian Nonprofit Employer of Choice (NEOC) Award.
Hilborn Charity eNews and CCEOC Inc. has named the 4-H Foundation of Alberta as a recipient of the Small Canadian Nonprofit Employer of Choice.
The 4-H Foundation of Alberta is thrilled to announce a new and exciting partnership with Carbon Credit Solutions Inc. (CCSI). CCSI is an Alberta company and world leader in the field of measuring, reporting, and verifying greenhouse gas emissions.
Ottawa, Ontario – July 11, 2019 – 4-H Canada is pleased to announce that following its Annual General Meeting today, the 4-H Pledge will now include “…and my world” at the end.