Cub Scout with Senator Lugar

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Invest in America’s Future


The Boy Scouts of America changes lives! Your support of Scouting will provide character development,
citizenship training, and leadership skills for youth across America.
 

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Crossroads of America Council funds its many programs, camps and leader training through four methods:

Annual Giving - Our "Friends of Scouting" Campaign
Endowment - Includes wills, estate planning, the James E. West fund
Capital Gifts - Support our camps, Golden-Burke Scout Center and Scout Service Centers
Gift-In-Kind - Donation of items or services


Friends of Scouting

Boy Scouts of America is building the leaders of tomorrow. It wouldn't be possible without the generous support of donors like you. Friends of Scouting donations make it possible for Crossroads of America Council to provide youth with both what they get in and out of the Scout program. So please... please become a Friend of Scouting. Donate today and start building the leaders of tomorrow, today.

Friends of Scouting Pledge Card


Support Scouting By Donating Items

"Gifts-In-Kind" is a great win-win situation for you and the Scouting movement. Crossroads of America has a vast list of items that are needed for normal operation of the Scouting program. Items collected will allow us to continue to provide our quality values based program to more than 34,000 youth in our community.

Our goal is to secure gifts of product: food for camp, office supplies, medical supplies, paper products, cups, etc. and in-kind services: printing, carpet cleaning, window cleaning, etc.


Donate Scout Uniforms

If you have an outgrown Scout uniform in good condition, please give it to a Scout who needs one. Cub Scout, Boy Scout and Venturing shirts and pants are needed. Please bring or mail your gently used uniforms to any of the council service centers.



United Way

The council receives financial support from various United Way organizations. Area United Way offices collaborate with community organizations, partner with businesses, team with service delivery organizations and join forces with dedicated leaders and volunteers. Together, the Boy Scouts and the United Way help solve community needs that affect families and children, assuring a community-wide services infrastructure.