During 2014, the Trapper Trails Council expended 91% of its funds in program services. The graph below shows how Council expenses were separated by their function.
The Trapper Trials Council provides many programs on a Council level including, Boy Scout camping, Cub Scout camping, basic training, Woodbade training, National youth Leadership Training, Council activities, district activities, and many more. However the most important programs are facilitated through weekly meetings and weekend camping trips by a group of 26,311 Adult volunteers. It is through these meetings that Scouting’s values-based program’s have the greatest impact. The Scout Oath and Law help instill the values of good conduct, respect for others, and honesty. Scouts learn skills that will last a lifetime, including basic outdoor skills, first aid, citizenship skills, leadership skills, and how to get along with others. Scouting instills in young men the values and knowledge that they will need to become leaders in their communities and country. The Trapper Trails Council staff stands ready to help each volunteer deliver the best program possible. Contact the District Executive (council staff) assigned to your district by clicking on the Contact Us page on the Council Website.