Endowment in the Pacific Skyline Council
Supporting Scouting for the next 100 years and beyond
Welcome. The focus of the "Endowing Scouting's Next 100 Years" campaign is to engage new, current and lost Scouting friends to make an investment in the future of our Scouting program. Our ambitious goal is to have 10,000 individuals and businesses give a gift of $100 (or more) to raise $1,000,000 (or more) to endow Scouting for the next generation of youth. Make a gift to honor a family member, a Unit leader or as a memorial tribute. Recognize multiple people with multiple gifts. Help secure Scouting for the next generation of young leaders. "Endowing Scouting's Next 100 Years" is an annual fundraising campaign. As a "Proud Sponsor" you can leave an enduring legacy to local Peninsula Scouting youth.
What does this pay for? Watch this short video to find out.
Click here to make a one-time donation to the council's endowment fund online, or click here to download a printable pledge form.
The first ambassador for the local council was Lucie Stern. Click here to learn more about her amazing efforts.
The council is looking for "Endowment Ambassadors" to multiply fundraising efforts. "Endowment Ambassadors" work as a liaison with a targeted group of prospects such as a specific Pack or Troop (active members or alumni or both), a service club, veterans group, or even an Eagle Scout class (year). The possibilities are endless. Would you consider being an ambassador to help us reach them? Click here to learn more.
Were you asked by an ambassador to give? Click here to find his or her page. If you have already donated, see your name here Individual & Preferred Business Endowment Donors .
Thank-you for your time, talent and resources. Throughout this 100th year of Scouting, please make time to reach out to friends, family and associates to help share the council challenge. Every effort is very much appreciated.
If you have questions or comments
about the "Endowing Scouting's Next 100 Years" drive, please contact Development Director Mark Manchester