AFSC 4-H Alberta Club Fund
AFSC's 4-H Alberta Club Fund provides support for 4-H Alberta clubs, districts and regions in Alberta to assist with costs associated with developing existing programs and activities. This includes the costs to start a new club. Applications are reviewed and processed – and funds granted – on a first-come, first-served basis until all funds are allotted.
4-H Clubs in Alberta.
The funds can be used for:
- Costs associated with events, transportation, entrance and admission fees
- Developing or purchasing resource and activity materials
- Volunteer support and recognition costs
- Speaker fees
- Purchase of equipment and supplies
Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act
The information on this form and any information you provide to us in the future related to this form is collected under the authority of the Agriculture Financial Services Act and the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (the “FOIP Act”). The collected information, whether personal information or business information, will be used: (i) to evaluate your eligibility for the program to which this form relates; (ii) for the administration of the program; and/ or (iii) for the administration of any other AFSC program or benefit in which you participate. Your personal information is subject to the provisions of the FOIP Act.
By signing this form, you are providing your consent to AFSC disclosing and sharing the information contained on this form, whether personal information or business information, or any other information that will be provided in the future by you or your authorized representative, to the following third parties: Alberta Agriculture and Forestry, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Canada Revenue Agency and Statistics Canada. You consent that such disclosed and shared personal information and business information may be used in the following ways: (i) for the administration of all current and future AFSC federal and provincial programs related to agriculture, AFSC lending programs and AFSC insurance programs; (ii) for AFSC, federal and provincial policy and program development; and (iii) AFSC, federal, and provincial policy and program evaluation; (iv) for research and statistical development; and (v) for statistical purposes.
If you have any questions about this form and the collection and use of your information, please contact the AFSC Client Contact Centre, 5718 – 56 Avenue, Lacombe AB T4L 1B1, 1.877.899.2372.