General Legal Information
General Usage of the 4-H Trademark Logo, Pledge & Motto
Correctly reproduced versions of the 4-H trademark, logo, pledge, and motto may be used, without prior written permission by active 4-H Clubs, 4-H Members, 4-H Leaders and provincial 4-H agencies.
news media (newspapers, periodicals and radio and television programs) when such use is primarily for an educational or informational purpose. If, however, the distribution of the article is intended to go beyond the geographic borders of any one province, permission must be obtained from the Canadian 4-H Council.
Usage of the 4-H trademark, logo, pledge or motto by any organization, agency or individual for any other purpose than that noted above, without prior written permission from the Canadian 4-H Council, is expressly forbidden.
Permission will usually be granted if the following conditions are met:
A. The proposed advertising or promotional copy promotes the prestige and educational value of the 4-H program. Such copy should in no way, however, be construed as an endorsement on the part of the Canadian 4-H Council of either the selling agent, the commercial message or product.
B. An attribution line (set in 6pt. type) is advisable and should read as follows: 'Registered trademark of the Canadian 4-H Council'
Permission for the use of the 4-H trademark, logo, pledge or motto will not be granted where the sole purpose of the intended usage is the sale, promotion, or advertisement of the products and/or services of any organization, agency or individual. If you are uncertain, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTE: The 4-H Logo should be produced in black ink or PMS#347, but may also be run as white against a colour