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2022

Exponential Growth for 7,000 Youth in Oregon & Washington

 

Scouting returned in 2022 and that meant another year of adventure, grit and personal growth for thousands of youth in our area.

Our 2022 Impact Report will be available in January 2023. But in the mean time, please download last year’s Impact Report. We know you’ll be amazed at the perseverance and resilience (a.k.a. GRIT) of our Scouts, their families and our volunteers during a year of unknowns in 2021.

What’s the real-world impact of Scouting? Eagle Scout Andrew Wade from Camas, WA shares the impact, fun and adventure he’s enjoyed while Scouting with us in the Boy Scouts of America.

Personal Impact

No other program has the proven, positive results at the individual level than the Boy Scouts of America.

Personal Impact

%

of Eagle Scouts believe Scouting had a positive impact on their life

Academic Impact

%

of Eagle Scout alums have post-graduate degrees (vs. 12% of the general population)

Financial Impact

%

of Eagle Scouts have $100k+ HHI (versus 10% of local area)

Character Impact

%

of parents say Cub Scouts has encouraged their kids to help others

Want More Proof of Scouting’s Positive Impact on Youth?

Community Impact

This year, Scouts, Volunteers and Families across the CPC continued to serve their community

Scouts collected tens of thousands of pounds of food for families in need during our annual food drive.
Scouts in our National Honor Society (the Order of the Arrow) improved natural habitats, hiking trails and more in the great outdoors.
Scout units Donated thousands of hours to serve communities, honor Veterans and help those in need in our 19-county council.
Nearly 400 Eagle Scout projects were completed, culminating in more than 60,000 hours of community service.

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The Future of Scouting

In this new era of Scouting, boys and girls continue to have epic adventures, families will connect while camping on our nationally-recognized properties, and our program will evolve to inspire unparalleled personal growth.

As always, youth who become Scouts in the Boy Scouts of America grow in confidence, character and capabilities that prepare them for career and life.  They learn to persevere with a positive attitude and experience exponential personal growth.

They grow in GRIT and are ready to serve while making an impact in their communities that lasts generations.

There are a multitude of ways you can make an impact for generations.

Cascade Pacific Council’s goal is to create a safe, welcoming environment where every youth has an opportunity to belong and where they will have an unparalleled experience in the outdoors.  Scouting provides skills that will last a life-time.

Donation & Giving Questions?

Michael Egan – (503) 225-5779
Chief Development Officer

Anna LaPointe – (503) 225-5721
Director of Development

Jason Macpherson – (503) 225-5754
Director of Field Service

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