Printable VersionWoods Service Award

 

 

Woods Service Award Nomination Forms, (Available to BSA Councils year round with a December 31 deadline.) One person is selected each spring to receive this national award.)  The nomination form is available online at the National Disabilities Awareness Subcommittee landing page.  Any Scouter who wishes to nominate a worthy Scouter who has provided exemplary service to Scouts who have disAbilities may submit a nomination to their Council Scout Executive.

The award is provided by the Woods Services Foundation, a community organization, and is a plaque as displayed below. The recipient may also wear the Community Organization Award square knot with a device (small square containing the "wheelchair guy" with fleur de lis).

Overview

A national-level recognition for volunteer adults who provide outstanding service to Scouts with special needs

Who Can Earn This Award?

Be currently registered as a member of the Boy Scouts of America and have three or more years of service in any Scouting capacity related to Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, and/or Venturers with disabilities

How To Get the Award

Presented by the National Disabilities Awareness Subcommittee at the reciient's Regional luncheon during the National Annual Meeting in May.

Supply Item Description & Uniform Placement

Plaque and Community Organization Award square knot with a device (small square containing the "wheelchair guy" with fleur de lis).

Nomination Form: BSA No. 512-245

 

Thanks to Joe Harrington for providing us with a photo of the actual award (below)!


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