Spread Scouting’s story and help GGAC grow! Help us recruit 3,000 new families to Scouting in 120 days. You can help by personally influencing your social network and inviting friends and followers to join the BSA. Let’s share Scouting’s values with a grassroots social media campaign. All young men and women throughout our council’s territory should know about Scouting and have an opportunity to join one of our programs.
It’s simple to participate – use #AllInForScouting and post pictures or videos of Scouting in action to Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, or Snapchat. Share what Scouting means to your family. We will offer prizes to the top 3 youth influencers. (Prizes eligible for youth only – must be registered as an active member in GGAC)
Every Scout or Scouter who posts about Scouting using #AllInForScouting between April 1 and October 31, 2022 will receive an influencer sticker. Stickers will be available for pick up from your District Executive at your district’s Roundtable or at our Council Headquarters.
The top three youth social media influencers will receive prizes.
1st Place: DJI Air 2S Drone
2nd Place: DJI Mini 2 Drone
3rd Place: Go Pro Hero 10
Our first place winner in the All in for Scouting’s Grow Scouting, Win a Prize competition is Jared L – second from left – pictured with his family. Jared is a newly minted Star with Alameda District’s Troop 2.
He wins a DJI Air 2S drone – Congrats!
DJI Air 2S Drone
Our second place winner in the All in for Scouting’s Grow Scouting, Win a Prize competition is Eduardo M pictured with his mother en route to Butte Creek Scout Ranch in Oregon. Eduardo is a member of Meridian District’s Pack 800.
He wins a DJI Mini 2 drone – Congrats!
DJI Mini 2 Drone
Our third place winner in the All in for Scouting’s Grow Scouting, Win a Prize competition is David A pictured with his father showing his newly earned Cycling merit badge. David is a member of Mission Peak District’s Troop 176.
He wins a Go Pro Hero 10 – Congrats!
Go Pro Hero 10 camera
First, try to connect the Scout and counselor in Scoutbook. If that is successful, the counselor is registered and qualified. If unsuccessful, go to the counselor’s home council and search for their Advancement Administrators. Most will have an email address for either the Council Advancement Committee or Professional Advisor. Send an email asking if the counselor has been registered and qualified for the merit badge(s) in question and the status of their Youth Protection Training. Ask California councils if the counselor has completed AB506 training and LiveScan. The unit leader’s “blue card” signature verifies their counselor credentials verification.