Overview of Fundraising

Fundraising is an important part of Scouting. Not only does it provide the financial means to do fun things with and for the boys, it also teaches them many valuable life lessons, such as: public speaking, planning, goal setting, handling money, teamwork, and many others.


Benefits to Your Scout and Family:
  • Teaches Scouts the value & process of setting and working toward goals
  • Gives Scouts a strong sense of accomplishment through recognition
  • Enhances communication, leadership skills and confidence in your Scout
  • Scouts can earn credit toward Pack events
  • Scouts can learn valuable lessons about entrepreneurship   
Fundraising Uses:

Our fundraising effort helps to make Scouting a great experience for our sons, siblings and parents.  Here is a just a small sampling of the activities supported by your fund raising efforts and participation:
  •  Pack patches, Neckerchief, and Handbooks
  •  Pack meeting refreshments
  •  Pinewood derby kits, trophies, track 
  •  Movie Nights
  •  Family Picnic
  •  Rain Gutter Regatta boat kits & party
  •  Scout patches, badges and recognition awards
Prizes and Rewards:

Scouts can receive credit toward volunteer hours, and can also earn credit toward pack events and other discounts for scouting activities.  These discounts can be used to help bring family members along on outings or camping weekends.

Ways to Sell:   

      CountryMeats.com Snack Sticks

Take Orders
  • The Scout with his Akela go door to door, and collect the donations for each snack stick sold.
Selling at Work
  • Mom and/or Dad take snack sticks to work.
  • Fellow co-workers can place orders for snack sticks directly with Parents.
  • Mom and/or Dad deliver product and collect the money in a few days.
Show and Sells
  • Show and Sells will be done around our area.  The pack will schedule time at various events locally, and our scouts and their Akela's will help man the booth at various times.