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Cuboree Fund

The Cuboree Fund was created after the 1995 Cuboree, held on Bell Island. The organizing committee led by Camp Chief Charles Cook asked the North East Avalon Regional Council to set aside and invest the $5,000 surplus from the Cuboree. The Fund’s original object was to provide Cub Scouts needing financial to attend Cuborees. The Cuboree Fund now supports Cub Scouts who require financial assistance to attend Provincial Jamborees. 

Group Commissioners apply for assistance on behalf of a youth member. The youth’s name is not disclosed in the application. An application is supported by the Group Commissioner’s statement confirming that the youth: 

  • has exhausted all other avenues of funding; 
  • attends section meetings regularly;  
  • has participated in their group’s fund-raising to the best of their ability; and 
  • demonstrates the beliefs and principles of Scouting. 

The youth does not have to be named in the application form, which is accessible here.