Community Champion Award
For Squirrels, Beavers and Cubs
Do your 4-10.5 year olds help in your local Community? Well Kent Scouts now has a badge to help show how amazing they are if they do... check out the Kent Scouts Community Champion Awards.
What is The Community Champion Award?
To become a Community Champion they need to get involved in the local community, ideas for this could include:
- Helping at a community event
- Fundraising for your group or district
- Take part in a community impact event
- Anything else agreed with they county support team
- Help at a coffee morning
- Help at a local fundraiser
- Go on a litter pick or beach clean
- Planting trees
- Supporting a WSJ participants fundraising
What are the different Award Levels
They can gain the following levels of the Kent Scouts Community Champion Award, which are based upon the number of hours they complete:
- 15 hours
- 30 hours
- 50 hours
- 75 hours
- 100 hours
- 125 hours
- 150 hours
What are the next steps?
- What are you waiting for, speak to your leaders or your parents and plan out what you can do to become a Community Champion!
- Remember each project/activity will need to be authorised by your section leader (we don’t want you doing anything dangerous)
- Once you have completed the number of hours you gain an award. Send your log sheet to the county office (or get your section leader to do so on your behalf) so we can arrange for you to receive your Badge and Certificate.
- Continue to log your hours up to the next level.
- If you have any questions please do contact us.
Badges for this award are worn at the bottom of the right sleeve of the uniform.
Any queries or questions about the award please contact Melvin Wilson