Bringing communities together
Playing your part starts in the village hall.
For 3rd Kenton, it starts when you rally to save the local library from closure, and declare victory for the community.
For 1st Healing, it starts when you deliver gift bags to women at Grimsby refuge, stuffed to the brim with home comforts and hope.
We want to empower more young people to take a stand. To raise their voices and stand tall, closing the gaps between people and generations. Most importantly, we want to gift them with the confidence and skills they need to recognise their ability and go out in the world blazing a trail.
On 22 May 2017, Dr Darah Burke found himself caught up in the terror attack at the Manchester Arena, along with his family. Here, he talks about how being a Scout prepared him to act in an emergency, and ultimately helped him to heal in the months that followed.Read their story
The Great Indoors
Supporting young people to learn new skills and have fun (and avoid hearing ‘I’m bored’ every 30 seconds) at home #TheGreatIndoors.
Are you ready to tear down the taboo around mental health and help boost your own and other people’s wellbeing?
A Million Hands
A Million Hands gives all Scouts a chance to help make their community a better place.