Support the Museum
“I’m convinced that Scouting is not only fine recreation for boys, it’s also performing an invaluable service for our country” –James Stewart, Actor, Boy Scout, & Lifelong Supporter of Scouting
The history of the Boy Scouts of America is the story of millions of volunteers, members, alumni, and supporters who have contributed their time and talents for the betterment of America's children. Through their support, they have helped shape the lives of more than 110 million people since 1910.
Whether you are a former Scout or just someone who appreciates Scouting, you are invited to join a select group of individuals who make up the National Scouting Museum Membership Society.
We will be excited to talk with you about any items you might be interested in donating Scouting artifacts, memorabilia, or artwork to the museum.
Volunteering for the Boy Scouts of America at the National Scouting Museum is full of exciting, rewarding experiences!
The internship program at the National Scouting Museum offers the opportunity to learn about the operations of a non-profit museum while working alongside experienced professionals. Semester-long opportunities are available for current students or recent graduates of library science, archival studies, art history, American studies, and other related fields. To apply, qualified candidates should send a resume with a letter of interest to ResumeStaff@scouting.org. The subject line of the e-mail should include the words "Museum Collections Intern."
The National Scouting Museum is grateful to many individuals and organizations whose contributions have made it possible for us to collect and preserve Scouting's history.
Sell items on eBay and donate 10-100% of the final sale price to the National Scouting Museum.