Your donation to Scouts Canada provides children and youth with exciting experiences and opportunities that they wouldn’t have elsewhere – and to help them reach their full potential as good citizens and leaders for tomorrow.

Donate Now

WAYS TO GIVE

  • Give Monthly

    Becoming a monthly donor is one of the best ways to support Scouts Canada and our mission.

    Learn More
  • Give Once

    Every single donation, no matter what size, makes a difference.

    Learn More
  • Tribute Giving

    This is a wonderful way to recognize someone special, mark a meaningful event or convey your sympathy.

    Learn More
  • Gifts of Securities

    If you have publicly traded securities such as stocks, bonds, and mutual funds, you can gift them to Scouts Canada.

    Learn More
  • Legacy Giving

    Planned giving is an excellent way to make an impactful gift that you and your loved ones can be proud of.

    Learn More
  • Preserving a Local Icon — Scouts Canada Totem Pole

    After serving as a local Ottawa icon for 56 years, the Scouts Canada Totem Pole needs repairs due to fading paint and wood deterioration.  A gift from Boy Scouts of British Columbia in 1961 to celebrate the inauguration of Scouts Canada’s National Headquarters, the totem pole recognizes Scouts Canada’s commitment to the stewardship of nature and the conservation of the environment. The totem pole is the tallest carved by Chief Mungo Martin, the last person on the West Coast trained as a traditional carver, and one of the 20th century’s most distinguished Kwakwaka’wakw carvers.

    More Information on the Project

    Help us preserve the legacy of the Kwakwaka’wakw First Nations People of Canada.

    Donate Today

WHY GIVE?

In addition to supporting core programming elements, your gift will contribute to a number of national initiatives that allow our youth to expand their Scouting experience; initiatives like: EnvironMentality, STEM Programming, No One Left Behind (NOLB), Good Turn Week and the Youth Spokesperson Program.

  • EnvironMentality

    Youth learn to take on the responsibility as stewards of the environment. After all, nature is our classroom.

    Read More
  • STEM Programming

    Designed to promote interest in and break down barriers to careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.

    STEM Information
  • No One Left Behind

    Ensures that all youth are able to be a part of the Scouting experience despite financial challenges.

    NOLB Information
  • Good Turn Week

    All Scouts and every Canadian is encouraged to do a good deed in their community.

    Good Turn Week Info
  • Youth Spokesperson Program

    Youth are offered training and opportunities to build on their leadership, communications and professional skills.

    More Information