Whenever your den or pack is doing a service project, use these Cub Scout volunteer badges to show everyone that your pack supports your community.
While your Cub Scouts will probably be in their Class A uniforms or Class B pack t-shirts, it's great to identify them as volunteers. It also makes the boys feel super important!
The first time I used these Cub Scout volunteer badges was when two of our dens did a project for the church that was allowing us to meet there. Our boys helped at their annual BBQ fundraiser. They assisted people at the end of the buffet line by offering to carry plates or drinks to the tables. The boys offered to get drink refills for the attendees. When folks were finished eating, they took empty plates and cups to the garbage can.
The Cub Scout volunteer badges are very simple–just the logo and the word “volunteer.” I printed them out on 3 1/2″ x 4″ Avery® shipping labels which you can buy through my Amazon affiliate link.
Feel free to download the Cub Scout volunteer badges file for your use! If you use them, leave me a comment and tell me about your project
Yours in Scouting,
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Thursday 17th of March 2022
Great ideas and information. Thanks for sharing.
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