OFAH Club Membership
Hundreds of outdoors organizations -- including hunt camps, fishing clubs, cottagers' associations, sporting dog groups, and gun & archery clubs -- enjoy the benefits of OFAH Club Membership.
An OFAH member club is one in which every member of the club is also a member of the OFAH. Insurance regulations require 100% membership compliance in order to provide club liability coverage.
- Exclusive no cost OFAH member club liability insurance programs ($3 Million)
- OFAH Members' Public Liability Insurance - $3 million!
- Directors & Officers liability insurance
- Range liability insurance (conditions apply)
- Advocacy and protection for your outdoor interests
- Fish and wildlife, land use and firearms information
- OFAH Member Discounts - save money!
- Ontario OUT OF DOORS Magazine subscription
Proud of Our Outdoors Heritage
The Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH) is very proud of our rich outdoors heritage.
Since 1928, the OFAH has remained committed and pro-active in the effort to improve our natural resources and to protect the rights of outdoor enthusiasts. No organization has more experience (or expertise) in promoting the rights and interests of the outdoor community in Ontario.
As a nonprofit, nongovernment organization, the OFAH is a leader when dealing with federal, provincial and municipal governments to get results for fish and wildlife conservation.
The Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters was founded by the volunteer spirit of community-based, outdoor organizations.
Throughout Ontario, thousands of men, women and children are involved in OFAH Member Clubs and they are doing great things for conservation in their respective communities.
OFAH Club Members get tremendous satisfaction from both aspects of club membership; the rewards of volunteering to enhance fish and wildlife habitat, and the camaraderie of joining fellow outdoor enthusiasts.
The OFAH has over 710 member clubs, many of which specialize in a variety of outdoor recreational interests such as: fishing, hunting, trapping, target shooting, archery, falconry, dog training and trials as well as cottagers' activities and land access issues.
OFAH Member Clubs are the backbone of local, regional and provincial conservation projects. The members of these fine groups give generously of their time and hard earned dollars to promote our outdoor heritage and contribute to fish and wildlife enhancement work.
OFAH Member Clubs represent the interests of fellow outdoor enthusiasts, and help raise local concerns with issues affecting our natural resources.
The OFAH Head Office and OFAH Zones keep member clubs informed of late breaking conservation developments relevant to their communities. OFAH Member Clubs are often at the forefront of conservation issues and projects.
100% Burden Free
There is absolutely no "sign-up fee" or administration charges for your club to affiliate with the OFAH. As long as your club's entire membership fees are paid in full, your club is considered affiliated and able to participate in OFAH Club Insurance Program.
The OFAH will not interfere in any way with the internal workings of your club. OFAH head office staff and Zone representatives are available for advice if requested, and will sometimes ask for your club's participation in certain activities. Your club is free to administer its business in the manner its membership chooses.
There is a substantial cost savings for OFAH club members compared to individual members joining directly through OFAH head office. In fact, OFAH club members save almost 30 percent and receive exactly the same benefits as individual OFAH members.
Under the club membership renewal system, the Federation's expenditures for mailing, handling and processing volume memberships is reduced; and, as such, the OFAH passes the administration saving on to the members themselves.
The OFAH strives to keep membership rates low, and timely membership handling by the elected club officer goes a long way toward that goal.
(705) 748-6324 Ext. 246
OFAH Club Membership Rates
OFAH Club Application Forms
Click here to download your OFAH Club sign-up sheets.
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