4th Milton (St Marys) Scout GroupJanuaryThis year was kicked off with us going to Winter Camp at Gilwell. What an experience this was wet and mud all around but tons of fun. From crate stacking, high ropes, pot holing in a cave bus and driving a...
There are many benefits for scouts who get involved in volunteering, these include learning new skills, building self confidence, making friends and having fun. To promote these benefits we have introduced Kent Scouts Volunteering Awards.
Volunteering can be anything that involves giving up your time for other people without financial reward, ideas could Include:
Helping out at beavers and cubs
Helping at a community event
Fundraising for your troop
Help at a residential home
Jobs for local neighbours
You can gain the following Kent Scouts Volunteering Award level which are based upon the number of hours you complete: -
Download a log sheet and start today.
1. What are you waiting for, speak to your leaders
or your parents and organise your project.
2. Remember each project will need to be authorised by your
scout leader (we dont want you doing anything dangerous)
3. Once you have completed the number of hours you gain an award.
Send your log sheet to the county office so we can arrange for
you to receive your Badge and Certificate.
4. Continue to log your hours up to the next level.
Download log sheets from the top of this page.
5. Who can I speak to if I have any questions or would like
more information? Rob Gill, ACC Scouts.
Badges for this award are worn at the bottom of the right scout shirt sleeve.