Fall Popcorn Sale

Scouting units can earn enough money through the fall popcorn fundraising sale to fund the rest of their Scouting year!  Would you like for your Scouts to attend summer camp, participate in Scouting events, and be recognized for their achievements all at no additional cost?  Encourage Scouts to sell popcorn! Need new unit equipment? Sell popcorn!

Most unit fundraisers max out at 50% profit and raise funds needed to support the unit. Last year, more than 73% of gross retail popcorn sales were returned to support Scouting – benefiting boys, units, districts, and the council.  You can be proud to sell Trail’s End popcorn because the products are delicious and the proceeds benefit everyone.

Spring Camp Card Sale
The annual spring Camp Card sale allows Scout units to raise funds to pay for their summer Scouting program. Camp Cards are discount cards sold for $10 each to the general public.  Unit commission is 50% on each card ($5.00). Funds earned from this fundraiser may be used to purchase equipment such as tents and backpacks as well as paying for camp fees.  Camp Cards are meant to complement, not take the place of, popcorn sales in the fall. 

2018 Camp Card Vendors in the Muncie Area

Jiffy Lube- $15 off signature Oil Change

Pape John’s Pizza- 40% of any online order

Dick’s Sporting Goods- $10 off purchase of $50 or more

Discount Tire- $25 off any purchase of tires or wheels installed

McAlister’s Deli- Free tea with any entrée purchase

Unit Fundraisers

Each year, thousands of youth depend upon the money earned from unit fundraisers to attend summer camp, pay for annual registration or attend monthly activities. Each unit who participates in a money raising project that is not endorsed by the council, must submit a Unit Money-Earning Application at least two weeks before the proposed fundraiser to the Muncie Scout Service Center.

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