Each year, the Cradle of Liberty Council will be providing a unit fundraising opportunity through the Camp Card Program. These $5 discount cards are sold by Scouts, with 50% of the proceeds retained by the unit for use toward camp and other Scouting activities.
To date, Scouting units in Cradle of Liberty earned $437,000 for these purposes!
The customers purchasing cards have the opportunity to save money on their regularly purchases, the vendors listed see new or increased shopping from customers and our Scouting units receive support for their Scouts to attend camp and other activities.
Inquiries about the Camp Card Program can be directed to your district’s volunteer Camp Card Chair, your district professional staff members or to email@example.com
The offers on the 2017 Camp Card are:
Total value of $80+!
Enter into one of our weekly drawings for every 25 Camp Cards an individual Scout sells. All entries from the weekly drawings will then be put into a Super Drawing at the end of the sale for even larger prizes!
To enter into a weekly drawing, sell at least 25 Camp Cards, complete a coupon on the Scout Sales Kit, and submit it to your unit coordinator with payment (unit keeps the 50% commission). Unit coordinators will turn the coupons and payments into the council either at the office or through District Camp Card Chairs or staff members.
Scouts can be entered for every 25 cards they sell, and can enter multiple times each week. Entries are due to the Cradle of Liberty Council office by Wednesdays at 5 p.m. to be considered for the Thursday drawings. Entries received after Wednesdays at 5 p.m. will be included in the next drawing.
Where and how Scouts sell Camp Cards is really only limited by the imagination. In past sales Scouts have sold in all sorts of locations. Brainstorm some ideas with your leaders and Scouts, using the list below to get started!
After Church – Door to Door – Parent’s Workplace – Gas Station – Sports Events – Unit Blitz Events – Neighbors – Public Transit Stops/Stations – Home Improvement Stores – Pharmacies – Convenience Stores – Department Stores – “Big Box” Stores – Diners & Restaurants
The packs, troops, and crews that have been the most successful in the Camp Card Program used the following best practices for managing their sale:
This weekly newsletter, which will be distributed each Friday through the sale, is intended to be a resource for unit coordinators to help your sale be as successful as possible.
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Make sure to select the “Camp Card” email list in order to get the newsletter.
The Boy Scouts of America has recently released additional guidance on unit fundraisers and the use of “Scout Accounts” (individual accounts held by the unit with amounts set aside for each Scout. All unit leaders are encouraged to review the information below regarding these new clarifications of these guidelines and policies.
Through a partnership with SEPTA, our Scouts are able to sell at a select number of SEPTA stations in our area, listed below, through May 31st. If your Pack, Troop or Crew would like to sell Camp Cards at one of these locations, please email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org with the date(s) and station(s) you are requesting. If approved (the date/location is not already spoken for) you will receive a copy of the SEPTA permit that must be kept with the Scouts while selling.
All weekdays are available from 3-7pm, all Saturdays and Sundays the stations are available from 11am – 4pm.
Scouts should be in Scout unform, under adult supervision at all times, and must obey all requests from SEPTA and other location personell.
|Available SEPTA Stations|
|Broad Street & Olney Avenue|
|Market & Broad Streets|