The Inland Northwest Council is helping more youth to be prepared…for life. The council serves more than 10,700 youth in the Inland Northwest and is aggressively working to expand its Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Venturing and Exploring programs to even more communities and neighborhoods so that we can prepare more youth for success in life. Join with us in this life-changing work! Visit www.nwscouts.org/donate.
Your donation to the Inland Northwest Council:
·Recruits more youth into Scouting and helps us prepare more youth for life
·Instills values and character in youth
·Involves youth in community service and teaches a strong service ethic
·Forms healthy adult relationships with good role models
·Provides positive activities
·Teaches young people environmental stewardship and a love for the outdoors
·Develops physical fitness and gets youth started with healthy habits
·Makes a lifelong positive impact on the lives of youth
·Creates wonderful memories of great adventures, awesome role models, and lessons of life
·Prepares youth for success in the workforce and introduces youth to a myriad of career possibilities
·Delivers quality youth development programs
·Saves communities money by involving youth in healthy, constructive activities and directing their energy in a positive direction thus saving rehabilitation costs later
·Changes adults lives by giving them meaning and purpose and the opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of youth
·Saves lives. Many Scouting participants report a life-changing experience through Scouting that saves them from a path of destruction
Your donation is the fuel that drives the Scouting program. Your donation:
·Recruits volunteers and Scouts to the program and organizes packs, troops, crews and posts in communities and neighborhoods that don’t have them.
·Supports 4,500 volunteer leaders to help them deliver the Scouting program through staff coaching and support
·Provides training to hundreds volunteers every year.
·Provides three outstanding camps for Scouts to explore and experience on Lake Coeur d’Alene, the Palouse River and on Diamond Lake.
·Operates three Scout Service Centers with Scout Shops and staff to support parents, Scouts, and leaders.
·Coordinates dozens of committees that organize and deliver activities, trainings, service projects like Scouting for Food, camps, and much more.
·Delivers a safe program through programs that are well organized, well supervised, and well delivered.
·Provides communication to Scouts, parents, and leaders through leader meetings newsletters, mailings, website, facebook page, email, phone, fax, and more.
·Funds camperships to help youth from low-income or financially distressed families attend camp and other activities.
·Operates the Scoutreach program in seventeen chronically low-income neighborhoods to help youth gain the skills, role models, and values so that they are prepared for success in life.
·Promotes the Scouting program in the Inland Northwest through marketing and public relations programs.
Imagine Scouting without your support…there would be:
·Less youth in Scouting
·Fewer activities and programs
·Inadequate camp facilities, if any at all
·Fewer volunteers and more untrained volunteers
·Less safety practices in place
·Much less support for volunteer leaders making their job harder
·Less of everything that makes the Scouting program successful