Support Samoset Scouting

Consider the great investment opportunities: gold, real estate, stocks and bonds, and the Boy Scouts of America. Yes, Scouting! Other investments lose their luster and value over time. But the worth of the Boy Scouts never declines. It is an investment that always appreciates and always pays dividends because investing in Scouting changes the world.

One of the strengths of Scouting is the way that many people pull together to coordinate wonderful events and activities for the youth in our programs. In the Samoset Council, we have hundreds of volunteers who donate their time and energies to make sure our members receive the best program and support available. 

The dollars we raise locally go to directly support the youth and adults of Samoset Council. We are committed to raising funds to ensure that the Scouting program can continue to grow with a quality program that youth deserve. 

The youth of today are America’s future leaders. You can help shape that future by investing in Scouting today. Explore the many ways below you can make a difference for the youth of Samoset Council. 


Ways to Invest in Scouting

United Way

United Ways throughout our 13 county service area continue to fund and support the work of the Samoset Council, BSA. This funding helps us bring the Scouting programs to underprivileged youth, introduce new programs, and broaden the existing program. 

One Car One Difference

One Car One Difference is a national vehicle donation program presented by Insurance Auto Auctions' Donation Division to support the Boy Scouts of America. Its success depends on caring people like you! Donate a vehicle you're not using to One Car One Difference and IAA will convert it at auction into cash to help Scouting. Thank you in advance!  

Learn more by visiting the website or calling 855-272-1227 (855-BSA-1CAR).

 Samoset Council, Boy Scouts of America
 3511 Camp Phillips Rd, Weston WI 54476
 715-355-1450 (phone) | 715-355-9849 (fax)

Samoset Vision: Every youth prepared for tomorrow's challenges.