By Darryl Alder
Aug 28, 2019

Scout Ambassador Toolchest: Why Should Churches Charter Units with BSA? (Part 1)

There are many reasons a Church would want to charter a Scouting unit, but no matter the reason, packs, troops, and crews are all church-owned and church-administered.

Scouting offers a wealth of opportunity to help your church and youth and families in your community. To learn how to organize a Scout unit in your church, contact your local Scout Council.

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Other articles in this Church Charter Partner series include:

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Author: Darryl Alder is a retired career Scouter with more than 30 years of service. However, his pride in Scouting is his volunteer service as an Associate Advisor, Varsity Scout Coach, Scoutmaster, Cubmaster, Chartered Organization Representative, and Commissioner. He currently serves on the Utah National Parks Council Executive Board and is a Scouting Ambassador.

For other articles in this series see:

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