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Occoneechee Council Planned Giving Resources

Occoneechee Council Planned Giving Resources

Giving Questions? Scouting Answers… A great resource to share with your donors.  The booklets cover many different types of planned gifts and giving opportunities for gifts large and small.  Have questions about how to give? Pick the gift type below for answers. Planned Giving Resources Check out these one-page briefs on specific planned giving topics.

Adopt An Acre

Located on the cusp between the sand hills and the piedmont northwest of Pinehurst, North Carolina, Occoneechee Scout Reservation with Camp Durant and Camp Reeves has been the destination for weekend and summer camping for over 50 years.  Over 2,000 acres of pristine pine forest, two well stocked lakes and miles of hiking and mountain

Second Century Society

The Second Century Society The Second Century Society, SCS, is the Boy Scouts of America’s national social organization of individuals, families, foundations, and corporations stewarded by key volunteers and implemented by the Boy Scouts of America National Foundation. Established in 2011, SCS, replaces the 1910 Society and Founders Circle as the way to recognize Scouting’s

Amazon Smile

Occoneechee Council has partnered with Amazon Smile to raise funds for local Scouting using the everyday purchases we all make online. You and your Unit can support Scouting programs by choosing Occoneechee Council your charity of choice and then shopping at smile.amazon.com. Amazon’s prices and shipping charges remain the same, but they will donate a portion

Tips to Maximize Your Tax Savings – Donors 70 1/2+

Most IRA owners know they are subject to required minimum distributions (RMDs) after age 70½. These RMDs are generally taxable income and continue for life. But this year, that taxable income has a good chance of being reduced or eliminated completely by using a qualified charitable distribution. A Qualified Charitable Distribution (QCD) is a direct

More Ways to Support Scouting

“I love the Boy Scouts”      “We are a Scouting Family”               “I wish I could do more…” “I wish I could do more.” This is a comment that we often hear from our donors and community partners. Considering gifts beyond your checkbook is often a low cost way to increase the impact of charitable giving

Endowment – Leaving a Legacy

Because of you… boys and girls enjoy the country’s best camps, innovative STEM programs and scholarships. As you continue to make Scouting a part of your philanthropy,  you join an elite group who share your desire to impact the future of our youth. We are committed to showing our gratitude. By contributing to Scouting, you will have a profound

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