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Friends of Scouting

Three Fires Council, Boy Scouts of America


  • Working with key district volunteers, review prospect list for additions, deletions and changes. Rate each prospect for an amount to ask for.

  • Campaign manager and district leadership work together to recruit the necessary campaign leaders and workers.

  • Be sure that all prospects are assigned to majors, captains, and workers. Each person should work eight to ten prospects.

  • Set a schedule for regular campaign committee meetings during the height of the campaign (January through May).

  • Many volunteers will make their calls right before and right after your committee meetings. Of course, once you reach goal in February, you may not need further meetings.

  • Assign certain workers to work major gift prospects--$1,000 and higher. Make sure that the top few major gift prospects are worked before December 31st of the prior campaign year and that all major gift prospects are called on by January 31st.  

  • Follow-up with any prospects that attended the Patron Week Watch Party, but did not make their gift.

  • Mail, fax or e-mail weekly progress reports to all campaign volunteers detailing progress and recognizing accomplishments both as a team and individually.

  • Conduct an intensive wrap-up of the campaign with the reassignment of all un-worked prospects.

Three little letters. One big impact! 
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