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Boy Scout Alternatives

  • 4H USA | 4-H is a community of young people across America who are learning leadership, citizenship and life skills.
  • Camp Fire USA | From their web site, "For nearly a century: integrity, responsibility, tolerance. We build more than campfires."
  • Earth Scouts | Earth Scouts is a coed youth organization for 3 - 13 year olds. The mission of the Earth Scouts is to empower youth to learn about the Earth Charter, spread it's message, and participate in fun activities that will benefit themselves and the earth community. They will "Change the world one fun badge at a time."
  • Girl Scouts of America | The organization is for girls only, but unlike the BSA, they do not discriminate. Their web site states that the word 'god' in the GSA pledge can be interpreted in a number of ways depending on one's spiritual beliefs. When reciting the Girl Scout Promise, members are instructed that is okay to replace the word 'god' with whatever word their spiritual beliefs dictate
  • YMCA | Find the link to your local organization from the national web site and search for information on Y-Adventure Guides (formerly Indian Guides and Indian Princesses). Most local groups have a statement on their web site that they are open to all regardless of age, race, sex, religion, national origin, disability, or economic background. Stepfathers, grandfathers, uncles, and mothers are encouraged to participate with children whose father is not available to participate.

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Social Activism

  • Childreach | Secular organization for helping children in poor countries

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Religious Liberty

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