Scouting for Food is one good turn that benefits everyone

Scouting for Food began in St. Louis in 1985 as a council-wide service project. Starting in 1988, it became a national BSA program. Today, many councils across the country participate, collectively gathering hundreds of thousands of pounds of shelf-stable goods for food-disadvantaged residents of their local communities.

Learn more in this story From the November-December 2018 issue of Scouting magazine.

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Aaron Derr is the senior editor of Scout Life and Scouting magazines, and also a former Cubmaster and Scouts BSA volunteer.