Good Turn for America

Since 1910, the Boy Scouts of America has taught the principles of the Scout Oath and Law through community service, “helping other people at all times” and “Do a Good Turn Daily”. Good Turn for America (GTFA) is the name under which all that Scouting service happens across the nation and provides a structure in which unit service is recognized and recorded.

Service projects may include, but are not limited to: planting trees, sending care packages to military units overseas, collecting food in Scouting for Food, picking up garbage around your community, and much more.

Start planning your pack service projects, including Scouting for Food, now!

Click here to report your units' service hours: