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Ways to Support Scouting

There are many ways you can support scouting! You can allow us to be stewards of your donation by clicking the red button to the right or you can specify how your donation is allocated.

  • Would you like to give a more generous amount but not all at the same time? We have a monthly giving program that helps us receive financial support throughout the year. Giving in this way is simple and can start at $15 a month which supports us with $180 annually!

  • Every Pack, Troop and Crew in the Council has an individual fundraising goal that supports their unit directly! When a unit hits their Friends of Scouting Goal, they raise money to lower camp, program and supply costs for our Council as a whole. Help a Unit that you know and love, bullseye their fundraising goal!

  • With the help of foundational donors like our Fire Starters, our youth is provided with a sense of normalcy, pride, and purpose. This past year, 430 underserved and at-risk youth experienced our Scouting programs because of generous donors. Will you be the spark that ignites the potential of our future leaders by becoming a Fire Starter?
    Become a Fire Starter today with your donation of $1,000 or more and together let’s set the world on fire.

  • We are a proud member agency of Give Nebraska. Ask your employer if your organization is a part of Give Nebraska! This allows your organization to give to our Scouts monthly through your paychecks.

Other Ways to Support Scouting:

  • With the TAGG app, upload your receipts and local businesses will donate at no cost to you! This is the best way to passively donate to the Cornhusker Council! Click the link to download the app and start TAGGing today!

  • Scouters from across the Council join the Long Tooth Circle to support Camp Cornhusker through volunteer time and donations to foster a sense of ownership.

  • A James E. West Fellowship gift will help ensure the future of Scouting’s outstanding character building programs. Gifts made to the endowment fund will last in perpetuity. Only the interest from this special fund will be used to support the council’s values-based programs.

  • A brick path with names of Eagle Scouts leads from the back steps of the Outdoor Education Center to the Scout Amphitheater and Camp Sites. What could be more inspiring to a young Scout than treading the path of Boy Scouts who came before them? The Scout path also has the names of award winners and volunteers in the Cornhusker Council who have contributed their time and efforts for Scouts everywhere. Honoring those who have achieved Scouting’s finest moments, the Scout Path is a testament to Scouting’s timeless traditions.

  • We look forward to helping you stay in contact with your Scouting friends and associates as well as share with you the positive Scouting story. And remember…

    Once a Scout, always a Scout.