Grants for Cub Scouts – Helping them in their Cubbing Activities

Cub scouts are members of the scouting movement that involves boys that have age from 7 to 11. Their cub scouting movement is sometimes referred to as cubbing. Members of the cub scouts usually do fun activities in which they enjoy and also learn from these fun activities. In other words, cubbing is all about discovering and learning things. In order to enhance their cubbing activities, grants for cub scouts are awarded to deserving Cub Scout members. Cub Scouting is all about doing fun things with other children. Members of cub scouts get the chance to wear cool uniforms, travel to places and unveil new things. Cubs have the chance to play several kinds of sports and build new things such as car racing.

Shooting Sports Grant

The National Shooting Sports Foundation of simply the NSSA is awarding the Boy Scouts of America a $100,000 cash grant that will support the sport shooting activities. This grant also gives opportunities to all the councils all over the country. This fund will permit the BSA program called the Shooting Sports Grant that will provide assistance to the Scout councils in their shooting programs or those wanting to develop a program. Visit www.nssf.org for more details and further information about this grant.

VFW Wood Badge Scholarship Program

The Veterans of Foreign Wars or VFW together with the Boy Scouts of America or BSA encourages the organization of Cub Scout packs, Varsity Scout teams, Boy Scout troops as well as Venturing crews. The VFW is offering the Wood Badge scholarships that will give assistance to the deserving chapter members in their quest to acquire additional skills so that they will be equip further in their activities to serve the youth and the children in their respective communities. Download the application form by going directly to this website: http://www.cimarronbsa.org/documents/vfw_woodbadge_scholarship.pdf. The application form must be submitted by mail.

Relationships Division, S226
Boy Scouts of America
1325 West Walnut Hill Lane
Irving, TX 75015-2079

AFL-CIO Wood Badge Scholarship Program

The American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations of simply the AFL – CIO is offering a Wood Badge scholarship grants that will give the needed assistance to the selected and deserving union members as they acquire the needed skills that will make them ready as they serve the children in their respective communities.

Labor Relationships, S226
Boy Scouts of America
1325 West Walnut Hill Lane
Irving, TX 75015-2079

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