Friends of Scouting is the annual membership fundraising campaign of the Seneca Waterways Council. Local Scouting and community volunteers who strongly believe in the value of the Scouting program make a financial investment in the future of our youth or in other words to become a Friend of Scouting.
Friends of Scouting contributions account for 8 percent of the Council's annual budget. We rely on contributions through the generosity of families, individuals, businesses and the community to help pay for Scouting’s proven character development programs, camp programs, training, service center operations, professional support, and so much more that goes into delivering the Scouting program to nearly 11,000 youth and over 4,400 trained adult volunteers.
The Cost of Providing Scouting
With year-round programming costing $192 per Scout a year, we need the support from Friends of Scouting to be able to continue to provide these services to the youth we serve.
For more information on how you can support Scouts and become a Friend of Scouting contact us at (585) 244-4210 or make a secure online pledge today.
|2018 Exploring FOE Family Signup Form||Commit your Exploring Post or Club to host your Family Friends of Exploring campaign in support of Scouting in the Greater Rochester/Finger Lakes area.||Download|
|2018 FOS Family Signup Form||Commit your Pack, Troop, Crew, or Ship to host your Family Friends of Scouting campaign in support of Scouting in the Greater Rochester/Finger Lakes area.||Download|
|2018 Platinum Unit Incentive||We are pleased to continue our unit-level incentive program for the 2018 Friends of Scouting campaign. The program is designed to help units take ownership over your unit-level campaign and grow the overall program.||Download|
|2018_FOS_Brochure||Make your Friends of Scouting pledge on the 2018 FOS brochure today!||Download|
|Bow Tie Method||Current method for units to conduct their Family Friends of Scouting campaign.||Download|
|FOS Kickoff Flyer - Ruben Brown||Download|
|FOS Training Flyer||This year, Seneca Waterways Council will support our units by empowering them to run a customized Fami-ly Friends of Scouting (FOS) campaign to fund our Scouts’ adventures. To roll out this new and exciting opportunity, we will offer four trainings across Seneca Waterways Council for both FOS Presenters AND Unit FOS Coordinators.||Download|
|How Council Serves Our Units||Download|
|Summit Circle - Recurring Giving Fact Sheet||A small recurring monthly pledge charged to your credit card can make a tremendous difference in the life of a young person with little impact on you other than a great feeling.||Download|
|Development Director||Michael Catalano|
|Director of Development||Tony Vogl||(585) 241-8556|
|District Executive - Baywaters||Open Position||(585) 244-4210|
|District Executive - Genesee Crossroads District||Felix Ortiz||(585) 241-8541|
|District Executive - Lighthouse District||David Cherry||(585) 241-8547|
|District Executive - Mohawk District||Nicholas Newsom||(585) 241-8539|
|District Executive - Towpath District||Edward Fowler||(585) 241-8531|
|District Executive - Turning Point District||Alex Mastromarchi||(585) 241-8568|
|Exploring Executive - East||Case E. Hamilton||(585) 241-8542|
|Exploring Executive - West||Open Position||(585) 241-8558|
|Field Director||Frank Capozzi||(585) 241-8529|
|Field Director||Stuart Schnettler||(585) 241-8560|
|Senior District Executive - Black Creek District||Gary Bogner||(585) 241-8534|
|Senior District Executive - Seneca District||David Cheney||(585) 241-8535|