Chinook Council Fundraising Activities:
• Scout Popcorn
Scouts Popcorn is the most important fundraising program for Scouts. This year, the selling starts September 28th and ends October 24th, 2015. Formore information about our Popcorn and Prizes contact Bill Cox at firstname.lastname@example.org or reach Samantha Aretuo at (403)283-4993 email@example.com.
Scoutrees gives all members the opportunity to demonstrate, through action, their concern for the environment. By planting trees, youth learn about the important role trees have in our lives, the critical need for conservation, the huge impact of climate change and how we can do our part to create a better world. More info here: http://www.scouts.ca/ca/scoutrees-program
Chinook Scout Foundation:
• Gardner Club Breakfast
Connecting kids to opportunity and the outdoors; that’s what Gardner Club Breakfast has been doing for twenty-five years. With over 7,000 kids accessing our camps and outdoor programs annually, we need your help to invest in their experience, sourcing new program equipment and facility upgrades. Our next breakfast will be June 7th.
• Fellowship Awards Dinner
This year, the Fellowship Dinner will take place on October 22nd -Save the date!
Help us help families who can’t afford to belong to Scouting! http://www.scoutskidsplus.com/
Make an Online Donation!
Established in 1974, the Chinook Scout Foundation supports Scouting activities in Calgary, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, and more than 100 other communities in southern and central Alberta by raising and managing funds that support financial assistance, community outreach, outdoor programs, volunteer recruitment and development. Donate now to help us help our youth! Click here.
Make a Donation, Make a Difference!
The Chinook Council is a charitable organization committed to providing the youth of southern Alberta with rich, unique, accessible Scouting opportunities that promote character development and responsible citizenship. Every year, we aim to grow our program by reaching out to more youth in more communities in our region. While membership, camp, and event fees off-set the cost of running our programs, they do not cover the cost entirely. Fundraising initiatives and donations play a significant role in our program delivery and our ability to introduce Scouting to those less fortunate. Your support makes a difference!