Celebrate 100 years of Scouting with 100 Service Projects!
This November, take part in our challenge of 100 service projects to celebrate 100 years of Scouting. Traditionally, Scout units have participated in the Scouting for Food Drive. Due to the variety of needs in the community and how food banks needs have changed,a major food drive will not be the focus this November. Instead, this is the time to connect with local organizations and discover their needs and how your Scout unit can help. This is also the time to share with our whole community, through media, socialmedia and neighborhood visibility, the impact Scouting service has on bettering the world around us.
- Neighborhood Clean Up
- Beautification of local Park
- Flags on Veteran’s Graves
- Conservation Project
- Elderly Help
- Food Bank and Pantries Help (Contact them directly for opportunities)
- Community Centers
- Religious Organizations (Churches, Mosques, Temples, etc.)
- Toy Drive (Don’t forget the older kids. 10-17 year olds)
- Pajamas and Sock Drive for foster kids (larger sizes needed more)
Take a moment and complete a quick survey of what your unit has planned. Stay tuned to our communications for more details and exciting ways we can all come together in service. If you have questions or input, please contact staff advisor Ken Schott, email: Ken.Schott@scouting.org
November 7th to November 22. It is our hope that the 100 Service Project can be completed over the period of three weekends.
Please keep in mind all Covid-19 Restrictions and follow their guidelines of masks, social distancing, and other protections.
Scout Unit Resources
- What is your unit planning on doing. (Before Project)
- Service to Our Community Flier. This flier has been made in MS Word so that units can download it, enter their own projects information, print them off, and hand out as needed. Service to our Community 2020 Flier
- Report on all of the success you have had. (After Conclusion of Project)