SCOUTS New Zealand

  Wellington
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SCOUTS help 15,000 young kiwis to gain skills, enjoy new adventures, experience the outdoors, interact with others, increase in confidence

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  Wellington

You can donate a lump sum or pledge a bequest to help build a long term endowment fund or,

Support Kiwi kids to join their local Scout Group or attend a major event (such as Jamboree) by making a donation to the Scouting Opportunity Fund

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Adventure is at the heart of everything we do.


Latest update

SCOUTS: Join the Adventure  21 November 2014

Posted by: SCOUTS New Zealand

21st Century Scouting: more than knots and camping!

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Latest donations

Leslie Winslade
Leslie Winslade on 23 Sep 2020
To celebrate the 100th birthday of Mr Leslie Winslade.
$100
Patrick
Patrick on 30 Aug 2020
In memory of Tony Brady
$100
Grove & Sunderland Family
Grove & Sunderland Family on 27 Aug 2020
In memory of Tony Brady.
$50
Justin
Justin on 25 Aug 2020
As an Ex-Venturer and Queen Scout I would love to give back to the community and organisation that has made such a difference in my life. I hope this money, even if just a little, can help make a difference in someone else life in return.
$25
John
John on 22 Apr 2020
$10

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