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Recruitment Materials

The Recruitment Tool Kit has been developed to help you create awareness and increase your membership. This online resource provides you with all the electronic tools you need to run a successful recruitment campaign.

If you require printed materials for an upcoming event or promotion, you can request limited quantities at no cost while supplies last. Simply e-mail the Marketing and Communications department at marcom@scouts.ca. In your email, indicate the recruitment piece(s) that you would like by name, the quantity that you would like, and provide your email, a shipping address and phone number. Please limit quantities of each item to 50 or less.

Fall Recruitment

Fall Recruitment Campaign Toolkit

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Bring-a-Friend

Adventures are even more fun when you Bring a Friend

Our own Scouting youth are our best ambassadors — it’s a great opportunity for kids to introduce their friends to Scouting Adventures.

Many current Scouting youth were introduced to the program by a friend, and a Bring A Friend invite is all it takes to give someone their first taste of Scouting fun.

  1. Check with your child’s Scouter to let them know that you would like to invite a friend to a regular meeting or special event;
  2. Depending upon your child’s age and Scouting Section, you can select one of the electronic invitations found on the Brind-A-Friend Page;
  3. Fill out the invitation form and include a message. Ask the parent of the youth you’re inviting to bring them to the meeting so that they can meet the team of Scouters;
  4. Send your e-postcard and you will receive a confirmation email.

How can you make Scouting Adventures even more fun?

Simply Bring a Friend!

Bring a Friend