Giving

Support Boy Scouts of America!

Occoneechee Council is one of the largest and most prominent youth development organizations in North Carolina. We provide young people in Chatham, Cumberland, Durham, Franklin, Granville, Harnett, Lee, Moore, Orange, Vance, Wake and Warren Counties with responsible fun and adventure while instilling in them lifetime values and ethical character development as expressed by Scout Oath and Law. Your financial support allows the youth and families to continue providing generation after generation the benefits of Scouting!

Consider supporting the future leaders of America with your gift to Boy Scouts of America today.

WHY GIVE?

  • Provide local program support
  • Remove financial barriers for at-risk youth in our most under-served communities
  • Honor a Scout’s achievements
  • Honor a birthday or anniversary
  • Honor your Scouting memories
  • Leave a legacy
  • Provide a camp scholarship

 

WAYS TO GIVE

 


Unique fact: Occoneechee Council leads the nation with Cub Scout SUPERNOVA AWARD recipients. This award recognized superior achievement by a Cub Scout in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics


General donations can be made to the Council at any time.  You may donate online, call-in, walk-in or mail-in your contribution to:

Boy Scouts of America, Occoneechee Council
3231 Atlantic Avenue
Raleigh, NC 27604
919-872-4884

To simplify the giving process, we offer an ACH Bank Draft option to Sustaining Donors for recurring monthly contributions. All bank drafts will be processed on the 15th of each month. To enroll in this option complete the: Authorization Form

E-mail the completed form directly to Alicia Embrey at alicia.embrey@scouting.org -OR- mail it directly to the Council at:

Occoneechee Council, BSA
ATTN ACH – Alicia Embrey
3231 Atlantic Avenue
Raleigh, NC 27604

*If you would like to give to a specific area, please call the office at 919-872-4558 to speak with the Director of Field Services and they will be happy to guide your donation correctly through the Council.


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