Invest in Scouting

Support Scouting locally in the Western Massachusetts Council

As one of the nation's largest and the most effective youth development organizations, the BSA has served young men and women for more than 100 years.  Together with your help, the Western Massachusetts Council, BSA will continue to inspire young people to make ethical and moral choices, become self-reliant, and take a prominent role in civic engagement over their lifetimes.

Supporting Scouting means being a member of a worldwide movement that stands for certain values and beliefs.  Boy Scouting is more than something to do.  It is all about building leaders of strong moral character.  Boys, girls, young men, and young women. Strengthening families and communities. As we look for vitality in our communities, we must be willing to put forth the commitment to guarantee that we do not lose our most precious resource - our children.

Providing youth with the steppingstones to positively affect their lives and those around them is the cornerstone on which the Boy Scouts of America is built.  It is no longer optional to attract young people and prepare them to lead tomorrow; it is vital.  We can prepare them today so that they can lead tomorrow, but only through teamwork with, and investment from individuals, corporations, foundations, and organizations.  

Our objective is to help this generation of young people develop strong moral character, become self-reliant, and be prepared to lead.  We are as relevant and needed today as we were 100 years ago and, with ongoing support, will be so 100 years from now.

To learn more about investing in the young people of Western Massachusetts through the powerful method of Scouting contact Gary Savignano.  For additional information on how you can support Scouting locally, please visit the many pages on this website. 

                                         

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Scout Executive Gary Savignano (413) 594-9196 x7002 Email