On this #GivingTuesday, the Boy Scouts of America is asking you to invest in the future of Scouting by making a tax-deductible gift.
When I blogged about nontraditional Eagle projects a couple of months back, the post caught the eye of a 15-year-old Eagle Scout from Colorado.
"Running Toward Danger," a new book, features 170 of the most exciting rescues in the history of the BSA's heroism awards.
In 2009, Nicholas Cobb started Comfort and Joy to provide coats to homeless families. That spawned an Eagle Scout project and much more.
Casting for Recovery provides free fly-fishing retreats for women with breast cancer. For the past six years, Philmont has hosted one of those retreats.
Many Eagle Scout candidates choose a project that benefits our nation's veterans and active-duty soldiers. For Veterans Day, here are 11 great examples.
In a nod toward helping other people at all times, Boy Scout service hour requirements that take effect in 2016 will increase the number of hours needed.
Scouting for Food is the annual food-collection drive run by your local council. It's another reminder to local communities that Scouts do good turns here.
These Scout service project ideas should get you started, but anything that fulfills a community need (and follows the Guide to Safe Scouting) can count.
This week's batch of 24 projects includes restored pingpong tables, a refurbished miniature golf course a new entrance sign at a cemetery and many more.