As a Boy Scout of America you are capable of having a large, positive impact in your community. In an effort to help you serve your fellow residents, we as an organization have looked for ways to partner with Scouts to make a bigger impact in our community. Scouts throughout the Utah National Parks Council have helped provide food and shelter to thousands of families. During the 2011 Scouting for Food Drive, Scouts from the Utah National Parks District collected more than 350,000 pounds of food. Without this service, many in our community would go hungry. Your efforts are important, and they are making a difference. There are many ways that you, as a Scout, can team up with CASFB to help make a difference.
Eagle Scout Projects
There are a variety of ways you can work with CASFB to fulfill the requirements of an Eagle Scout Project. The best and most meaningful projects are those that are planned in coordination with CASFB and address direct needs. For more information on how to get started on your project, click here.
Citizenship in the Community Merit Badge
There are many service projects that we offer that will fulfill the 8 hours of service this merit badge requires. For more information, click here.
There are always opportunities for Scouts to volunteer at CASFB. Scouts are always welcome to help in the food bank or at some of our annual events or service projects. If you are looking for service opportunities for groups of 3 or more at the food bank or through other various service projects, please contact our volunteer coordinator at VC@CommunityActionUC.org or by calling 801-373-8200 ext. 247.