Why Give to the Cascade Pacific Council?
Discover how Scouting opens doors and opportunities for families to go play outdoors together. Hear Jenny, a single-mother, describe the impact Scouting has had on the lives of her children and discover how your generous contributions directly support local community members in NW Oregon and SW Washington.
The Cascade Pacific Council of the Boy Scouts of America is a 501 (c) 3 organization registered for charitable purposes in both Oregon and Washington. Volunteer finance committees work closely with staff members to oversee both fiscal responsibility and sound investment strategies for the council. Strict governance practices and annual audits, performed by an independent audit firm, ensure the highest integrity in the management of your donation. Please contact Director of Development Anna LaPointe to learn more about council stewardship.
Supercharge Your Gift
See www.cpcbsa.org/matching to see if your company matches charitable donations and the steps you need to take to match your gift to Scouting.
More Ways Scouting is Making an Impact
Hear first-hand the benefits Jose Gomez-Sanchez and his family receive through Scouting and discover ways to support local boys and girls who can now participate fully in every Boy Scouts of America program.
Volunteer Executive Board Leadership
Board Chair: Mark Ganz
Council Commissioner: Doug Reynolds
Past Chair: Rob Cornilles
Legal Chair: Bill Miner
Benjamin Berry, Greg Bretzing, Shiau Yen Chin-Dennis, Kaleen Deatherage, Todd Dinehart, Matt Donegan, Sho Dozono, Bill Drew, Matt Haller, Mark Hefner, Tara Kramer, Marilyn Loy, Charles Mello, Dolly Olson, Doug Reynolds, John Rosenlund, Carla Salazar, Brian Wilson, Jay Wilt, and Bob Yokoyama.
Local Benefits of Scouting Outcomes Study
Download and review the local Benefits of Scouting Outcomes (large download - 155MB) to learn more details about how your donation makes possible quality Scouting programs for more than 18,000 young people in 18 counties of northwest Oregon and southwest Washington.
You can also review the Benefits of Scouting Outcomes below.