F A C T S H E E T Chartered Organizations and the Boy Scouts of

F A C T S H E E T Chartered Organizations and the Boy Scouts of

Chartered Organizations and the Boy Scouts of America F a c t S h e e t Purpose That the purpose of this corporation shall be to promote, through o...

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Chartered Organizations and the Boy Scouts of America

F a c t S h e e t

Purpose

That the purpose of this corporation shall be to promote, through organization and cooperation with other agencies, the ability of boys to do things for themselves and others, to train them in Scoutcraft, and to teach them patriotism, courage, self-reliance, and kindred virtues, using the methods which are now in common use by Boy Scouts. Sec. 3, federal charter, Boy Scouts of America June 15, 1916, by the United States Congress

Charters

Two kinds of charters are issued by the Boy Scouts of America: one to community organizations and the other to BSA local councils. The first enables community groups to use the Scouting program under their own leadership as a service to their children, youth, and families. The other empowers local councils to help chartered organizations effectively use the Scouting program and to expand the use of the program to other community groups.

How Community Organizations Use the Scouting Program

Schools and community and religious organizations, with the help of the BSA, organize Cub Scout packs, Boy Scout troops, Varsity Scout teams, Venturing crews, and Sea Scout ships for boys and young men and women. They manage these units and control the program of activities to support the goals and objectives of the chartered organizations. When community organizations establish a new unit, they must take these two important actions to ensure a quality Scouting program: 1. Selecting leadership. The head of the chartered organization appoints a chartered organization representative to provide leadership in the selection of a committee of adults that will provide overall supervision for the unit’s program. The committee selects the adult unit leaders who will work with the youth. The chartered organization representative is also a voting member of the local council and may serve as a member of the district committee. 2. Providing a meeting place and promoting a good program. The chartered organization arranges for adequate meeting facilities for the unit and promotes through its committee the full use of the program, including outdoor experiences, advancement, recognitions, and, in particular, Scouting’s values.

How the BSA Supports the Community Organization

Boy Scouts of America Marketing & Communications Division 1325 West Walnut Hill Lane P.O. Box 152079 Irving, TX 75015-2079

To support approximately 124,000 Scouting units owned and operated by chartered organizations, more than 300 BSA councils provide professional counseling and administration, commissioner service, training for leaders, camping and outdoor facilities, program materials and literature, planning tools, and other program aids. Councils also maintain records on units and their membership, provide rank certificates and merit badge cards, and maintain service centers where badges, insignia, literature, and other helps can be obtained. In addition, council representatives conduct annual charter review conferences with chartered organization personnel to evaluate how effectively the Scouting program is being delivered and how it might be improved.

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A Sampling of Organizations That Support Children, Youth, and Families and the Program of the Boy Scouts of America BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY

Boys and Girls Clubs of America

Roundtable International

American Express

Civil Air Patrol

Ruritan National

AT&T

Civitan International

Sertoma International

AT&T Wireless

Community Centers

Sons of the American Revolution

BellSouth Corporation

Conservation Clubs

Steuben Society of America

Best Buy

DAV (Disabled American Veterans)

U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary

Burlington Northern Santa Fe Corporation

Eagles, Fraternal Order of (F.O.E.) Economic Opportunity Council

U.S. Junior Chamber of Commerce

Centex Clear Channel Worldwide

Elks, Benevolent and Protective Order of (B.P.O.E.)

VFW (Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States)

Dillard’s Inc.

Engineering Societies

Women’s Clubs

Dole Food Company, Inc.

Farm Bureau Federation, American

YMCA (Young Men’s Christian Association)

Fire Chiefs, International Association of (I.A.F.C.)

YMHA (Young Men’s Hebrew Association)

4-H

YWCA (Young Women’s Christian Association)

Eastman Kodak Company Exxon Mobil Corporation Fannie Mae Fidelity National Financial General Electric Company Goodrich Corporation H.J. Heinz Company J.C. Penny Company, Inc.

Grange Hospitals, Medical and Professional Tenant Housing Associations

Zeta Psi EDUCATION Christian Schools

Kmart Corporation

Indian Affairs, Association on American

Lockheed Martin Corporation

Indian Tribal Councils

Nike, Inc.

Izaak Walton League of America

Radio Shack Corporation

Jaycees, United States

Reebok

Kiwanis International

SBC Communications Sherwin Williams

Knights of Pythias, Fraternal Order of

Southwest Airlines Co.

Lions Clubs International

LABOR

Sprint

Marine Corps League

The Kroger Company

Masonic Order of the Eastern Star, Universal

AFL-CIO affiliates (American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations)

UPS Verizon Weyerhaeuser Whirlpool

Military Order of the World Wars Moose International Inc. National Exchange Club

COMMUNITY

National Future Farmers of America Organization

Alpha Phi Alpha

Neighborhood Associations

Alpha Phi Omega

Odd Fellows, Independent Order of

American Bar Association

Optimist International

American Legion, The

Parents Without Partners

American National Red Cross

Power Squadrons

AMVETS

Rotary International

Home School Associations Independent Schools, National Association of Jewish Day Schools Masjids Parochial Schools Private Schools

Education Association, National Fire Fighters, International Association of Letter Carriers of the U.S.A., National Association of Postal Workers Union, American Teachers, American Federation of United Auto Workers United Mine Workers

RELIGIOUS

B’nai B’rith

Evangelical Churches

African Methodist Episcopal Church

Buddhist Churches of America Byzantine Rite Catholic Church

Federation of Islamic Associations in the U.S. and Canada

African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church

Catholic Church, Roman

First Church of Christ, Scientist

Catholic Organizations

Greek Orthodox

Catholic Parent Organization, National

Islamic Centers

Forum of Catholic War Veterans of the U.S.A.

Jewish Synagogues and Centers

Anglican Church Armenian Apostolic Church of North America Assemblies of God Church Baha’i Faith Baptist Churches American Baptist Association

Holy Name Society, National Association of the (Roman Catholic)

Islamic Society of North America Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A. Lutheran Churches

Knights of Columbus

Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

National Federation for Catholic Youth Ministry, Inc.

Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod

Serra International

Mennonite Church Methodist Church, United

Baptist Conventions

Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)

American Baptist Churches in the USA

Christian and Missionary Alliance Church

National Association of Free Will Baptists

Christian Methodist Episcopal Church

National Baptist Convention of America

Church of Christ

American Baptist Churches in the USA General Association of General Baptists Primitive Baptist

National Baptist Convention USA Inc.

Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints, The Church of God

Original Free Will Baptists

Community of Christ

Progressive National Baptist Convention Inc.

Congregational Church

Southern Baptist Convention

Episcopal Church

Cumberland Presbyterian Church

Moravian Church in North America Nazarene, Church of the Orthodox Churches Pentecostal Churches Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Reformed Church in America Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) Salvation Army, The Seventh Day Adventists United Church of Christ