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Revenue Development

Scouts Canada is a non-profit organization. To ensure that we are able to continue to deliver the high quality of program we have for over the past ninety years, we rely on the generous support of people like you.

 

There are two official Scouts Canada fundraisers that help fund local and national activities.

 

Scout Popcorn

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Scout Popcorn is the National Fundraising program for Scouts Canada, and has helped raise more than $50 million across Canada.  Money raised from Scout Popcorn goes back to local Scouts and is one of the most effective ways of supporting groups for activities, camps and even registration rates. For more information you can visit the Scouts Canada Scout Popcorn official webpage by clicking here!

Click here to visit the dedicated Pacific Coast Council Scout Popcorn website!

Did you know that Scout Popcorn and you can help support our Canadian Troops Serving overseas?

Click here to find out how!

 

Scoutrees

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Scoutrees is a Canada-wide environmental program designed to give Scouts Canada youth members an opportunity to demonstrate their concern for the environment while giving back to their local community, and country. Each spring, Scouting youth plant trees across Canada in an effort to contribute to a more beautiful, sustainable community while learning about environmental stewardship.

Scoutrees is also a fundraising project.

Through sponsors and donors, 85% of money raised through Scoutrees goes to local Scout Groups to help fund activities and programs. The remaining 15% goes toward the Canadian Brotherhood Fund to assist Scouting members in developing countries.

To find out more about the Canadian Scout Brotherhood Fund, click here. http://www.scouts.ca/ca/support-project

For more information about the Scoutrees program, click herehttp://www.scouts.ca/ca/scoutrees

Scouts Canada, the country’s leading youth organization, offers challenging programs for boys, girls and youth age 5-26 in thousands of individual groups in most cities and towns across Canada.

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