Youth membership registration fee information for 2018/2019

Introduction

  1. The National Fee
  2. Group Fees
  3. Subsidies

 

Introduction

This article lays out general information about the cost for the youth membership registration fee for Scouts Canada for the 2018/2019 Scouting year. 

Scouts Canada divides its fees into two portions, the National Registration Fee, and a Group Fee.

 

The National Fee is $230 per year per child from June 30th 2018 - January 1st 2019

 

After January 1st 2019 the National Fee is $180 per child 

 

The Group Fee

Groups can levy an additional fee on top of the National Fee if their programs costs are higher (i.e. rental fee's for regular meeting space or program materials).

Group fee's, can include books, dues, etc, however, may not depending on the Group.

Uniforms are not traditionally incorporated into the fee. 

The Group Fee is listed along with the National Fee in the 'Find a Group' locator. 

 

Subsidies

Scouts Canada offers a subsidy for fees through the 'No One Left Behind' program, to families where financial barriers exist. The goal is to ensure more Canadian youth have access to fun and safe Scouting adventures. To inquire about eligibility and to apply for this subsidy, please use the 'Online Submission Form'.

'No One Left Behind' also has a participation subsidy. Parents will reach out to request a subsidy for uniforms, equipment, program materials etc... to their Group Commissioner directly who will complete the request and submit directly to Scouts Canada. 

For more information http://www.scouts.ca/program/no-one-left-behind/ 

 

 

 

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