Unit Fundraising & Popcorn Sales

Fundraising projects are very important to
a unit's ability to raise funds for special activities, camping trips, equipment purchases, etc. There are several ways for units to raise money whether it be a service project (i.e car wash), fundraising event (i.e pancake breakfast) or product sale (i.e popcorn, wreaths, etc.).  A fundraiser can even be educational for youth by teaching them values of hard work, economics, financial management and budgeting.  Keep in mind that Scout fundraisers must be approved before they are started.

Unit Money-Earning Application
Guide to Money-Earning Projects

Popcorn
Greenwich Scouting Units are able to raise money by selling Trail's End popcorn.  Popcorn is great for gifts, or for sharing with friends and family and the Trail's End popcorn is high-quality, delicious and comes in several varieties.  Click here for more about selling Popcorn

Financial Support

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