Individual Youth Accounts

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POLICY
Can my unit credit amounts from fundraising to an individual toward their expenses?
No. The IRS has stated that crediting fundraising amounts constitutes private benefit. However, the unit could use the funds (all or a percentage) raised to reduce or eliminate dues and various registration fees, purchase uniforms and Scouting books, and purchase camping equipment. The unit could also use its funds to provide assistance to individual Scouts in cases of financial hardship.
Fiscal Policies and Procedures for BSA Units – Frequently Asked Questions


A Scout is Thrifty

A Scout works to pay his way and to help others. He saves for unforeseen needs. He protects and conserves natural resources. He carefully uses time and property.
Scout Law
Men who were Scouts credit Scouting with helping them be more financially responsible.
The Value of Scouting Harris Survey

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