Den and Pack Service Activities


Remember to use AGE APPROPRIATE service projects

PrintTiger adventure requiring service:

Tiger Elective Adventure: Good Knights

5. Participate in a service project

  1. Clean up trash at a local park or hiking trail.
  2. Collect soda cans and donate the money to a local charity.
  3. Pick up the morning paper for a senior neighbor on your way to school.

Wolf RankWolf adventures requiring service:

Fellowship and duty to God:

2A. provide service to help a place of worship, school or community organization.

  1. Tutor students who are learning English as a second language.
  2. Collect school supplies to give to kids who need them.
  3. Make new kid survival kits for new students at the school.
  4. Volunteer to be a teacher’s aide during your study hall.
  5. Collect children’s books for the needy.
  6. Organize a “get acquainted” lunch for students at your school.
  7. Volunteer to help with a Vacation Bible School.

Wolf Adventure: Council fire

4. Do the following:

a. Attend the pack committee leaders’ meeting. Present ideas to the pack committee regarding your service project.

b. Work together on a community service project

  1. Pack and hand out food at a food bank
  2. Help raise money for Reading Program ­ Have a Read­a­Thon or Book Auction.
  3. Volunteer to help set up for a community event.
  4. Volunteer to clean up trash at a community event or county fair.
  5. Spruce up and paint the community or youth center.
  6. Organize a community dog wash.
  7. Lend a helping hand at a local community center.

cub scout; bear; insignia

Bear adventures requiring service:

Fellowship and duty to God:

2A. provide service to help a place of worship, school or community organization.

  1. Volunteer to help with Vacation Bible School.
  2. Volunteer as a peer tutor.
  3. Collect school supplies to give to kids who need them.
  4. Make new kid survival kits for new students at the school.
  5. Collect children’s books for the needy.
  6. Help organize a “get acquainted” lunch for students at your school.
  7. Encourage the school cafeteria to donate left over food to local homeless shelters.

Paws for action:

3B. Do a cleanup project that benefits your community.

  1. Clean up vacant lot.
  2. Clean up dog poop at a local park.

Webelos RankWebelos and Arrow of Light adventures requiring service:

Webelos Adventure: Webelos Walkabout

7. Complete a service project on or near the hike location

  1. Gather trash as you hike.
  2. Paint the signs on the trail, with permission.
  3. Repair part of the trail, with permission.

Arrow of Light RankArrow of Light Adventure: Duty to God in Action

2e. Under the direction of your parent, guardian, or religious or spiritual leader, do an act of service for someone in your family, neighborhood, or community. Talk about your service with your family and your Webelos den leader. Tell your family, den, or den leader how it related to doing your duty to God.

  1. Participate a food scavenger hunt to collect food for the needy.
  2. Set up flags on Memorial Day at a Veteran Cemetery.
  3. Replace trees that have died.

Webelos/AOL Elective Adventure: Aware and Care

7a. Do a Good Turn for residents at a skilled nursing facility or retirement community.

  1. Make “Valentine’s” cards or “Have a great day” cards and deliver to a nursing home.
  2. Hold an afternoon dance for your local nursing home.
  3. Read to people in a nursing home.

7g. Participate in a service project that focuses on a specific disability.

  1. Be a buddy for a student with special needs at your school.
  2. Volunteer to help at a Special Olympics event.
  3. Bring toys to children in the children’s ward at the hospital.

Webelos/AOL Elective Adventure: Project Family

5. Create a list of community service or conservation projects that you and your family can do together, and present it to your family. Select one project, plan it, and complete it with your family.

  1. Have a Game night at a local Nursing Home.
  2. Assist with sorting and organizing items donated at a homeless shelter.
  3. Get permission to fix up your town’s fire hydrants.
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