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Friends of Scouting

Friends of Scouting

Friends of Scouting is a critical annual fund-raising campaign that assists the Patriots' Path Council in offsetting program costs and providing quality service. The true cost of Scouting is much greater that what local dues and camping and event fees cover.

All packs, troops and crews are encouraged to participate in the campaign to give families the opportunity to contribute.
Schedule your presentation as part of your annual calendar and encourage participation – everything helps to support a strong Scouting program.

To donate to Friends of Scouting online, click here
or click here to print a Remittance Envelope

              Watch the 2016 Friends of Scouting video to view all the programs your donations support!

shoulder patch
Receive this limited edition
shoulder patch with your
gift of $149 or more.

shoulder patch
With a gift between $447 and $899
you will receive this Norman Rockwell
"Growth of a Leader".

special shoulder patch
With your gift of $298 or more,
receive this special shoulder patch.

With a gift between $900 and $1836
you will receive this
14" Scoutmaster Minute statue.
(bronze tone, resin).

Coin                 Coin                 Coin

With your gift of $1837 or more you will receive a limited edition, custom
designed "Camp Coin". There is one coin for 2014, 2015 and 2016. Each coin
bears the logo of one of our three camps: Mt. Allamuchy Scout Reservation,
Winnebago Scout Reservation and Sabattis Adventure Camp. The other side
features a full color scene that best represents that property. The first coin
in 2014, representing Winnebago Scout Reservation comes in a handsome
case for you to proudly display your collection.

What does Friends of Scouting Support?

Yearly registration fees go direct to support the National Council of the Boy Scouts of America.
The Patriots' Path Council uses the contributions made through the Friends of Scouting campaign to:
  • Maintain camp properties and a service center
  • Organize new Scouting units and support existing ones
  • Provide professional support and leader training
  • Distribute program resources and regular communications
  • Criminal background checks for adult leaders