Great Adventures Start with Scout Popcorn
Fundraising with Scout Popcorn is youth-led and helps youth be better prepared for success in the world! In addition to raising money, youth develop valuable business skills and learn about financial responsibility, marketing strategy development and time management while also increasing their self-esteem and confidence in the process.Learn More
Help Scouts Plant Trees
Each spring thousands of our Youth plant trees through the Scoutrees Program. Scoutrees gives all members the opportunity to demonstrate their concern for the environment. By planting trees, youth learn about the important role trees have in our lives, the critical need for conservation, the huge impact of climate change and how we can do our part to create a better world.Learn More
Apple Day is a fundraising tradition that started right here in Canada.
Apple Day provides our Scouting youth with an opportunity to show their appreciation to the general public for their support throughout the year. Youth distribute apples as a way of saying “Thank You” to the community. Donations are accepted in exchange, but apples are not sold.Learn More
Celebrate Scout-Guide Week
February is a special month for Scouts and Girl Guides worldwide. Each year, both Movements celebrate Feb. 22, the birthday of our Founder, Lord Robert Baden-Powell and his wife, the World Chief Guide, Lady Olave Baden-Powell. During Scout-Guide Week, members of Scouts Canada and Girl Guides hold special activities to promote our movements.Learn More
What’s a “Good Turn”?
A good turn is defined simply as an act of kindness provided without expectation for compensation or recognition. This can be as small as buying the cup of coffee for the person behind you in line to creating a large community project that looks to impact your community in a big way. Through these acts of kindness, we can promote a better sense of community, friendship and compassion around the world.Learn More