Impact. For Generations.
Prepared. For Life.
As Eagle Scout Kaitlyn Crowley says, Scouting is all about persevering no matter the circumstances. Kaitlyn and nearly a dozen local girls like her were a part of the first class of female Eagle Scouts in 2021.
More than 360 Scouts in our council earned Scouting’s highest rank in 2021 despite the global pandemic. And that’s why we say “GRIT STARTS HERE.”
Ways to Give
Your designated use donation funds outdoor education opportunities such as camp attendance scholarships and camp staff scholarships, provides program supplies and equipment, maintains camp facilities, and provides critical camp staff training.
Your undesignated use donation to the council’s general fund supports local operations, including strategic initiatives such as implementation of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion awareness and training at all levels.
Make an Impact for Generations through your donation to the council’s Endowment Fund. Recognitions for endowment gifts include the James E. West Fellowship ($1000+) and Second Century Society ($25,000+).
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While You Shop
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Sign up for the Community Rewards program at Fred Meyer by linking your Fred Meyer Rewards Card to the council using code HB807.
Donate a Vehicle
Donating your used vehicle or boat with a trailer can help Scouting. We accept offers for work vehicles for our properties and partner with a leading auto-donation program that will pick up your vehicle, prepare it for sale, and notify you after the sale with details that you’ll need for tax purposes.
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2020 Community Impact
Community Service Safely Continued Despite COVID-19
Hours of EAGLE PROJECT Community Service
Counties Were Served in OR/WA
Families Camped on CPC Properties
Kept Scouting Virtually
2019 Community Impact
Below are some of the numbers in a more "regular" year.
Hours of Community Service
Pounds of Food Collected
Nights Scouts spent unplugged, outdoors on CPC properties
Youth participated in outdoor adventures
No other program has the proven, positive results at the individual level than the Boy Scouts of America.
of Eagle Scouts believe Scouting had a positive impact on their life
of Eagle Scout alums have post-graduate degrees (vs. 12% of the general population)
of Eagle Scouts have $100k+ HHI (versus 10% of local area)
of parents say Cub Scouts has encouraged their kids to help others
WHY Do 12,000 Youth & 20,00o Adults SCOUT in the CPC?
The Cascade Pacific Council of the Boy Scouts of America is a 501 (c) 3 organization registered for charitable purposes in both Oregon and Washington. Volunteer finance committees work closely with staff members to oversee both fiscal responsibility and sound investment strategies for the council. Strict governance practices and annual audits, performed by an independent audit firm, ensure the highest integrity in the management of your donation.