New Scout Uniform Tool
The National Council’s Supply Group and and Program Impact team have created an interactive website to help parents and Scouts know what should be on a Scout or Scouter’s uniform. This tool is available here.
Scout Shop Stitchin’
sewing services are available
$3.00 per patch
Call or visit the Mobile Scout Shop for details. 251-479-9267
BSA National Supply Line
Please ensure that all leaders, youth and parents are aware of the BSA restrictions on awards. The following require advancement form or written proof to purchase or replace (printout from Council or award card is acceptable):
Cub Scout ranks
Requires one (1) signature on advancement form by the registered Unit Leader:
- Webelos Activity Badges (pins)
- Scout ranks
- Merit Badges
Scouts BSA Ranks – Tenderfoot to Life
Requires card or certificate to purchase
Requires three (3) Board of Review signatures on advancement form:
- Eagle medal/ranks/knots
- Eagle Palms must be approved by Council prior to purchase
- Unit Leader Award of Merit — Cubmaster or Scoutmaster
Leave No Trace (LNT) Trainer has been moved to a restricted status and can be purchased with proof after the completion of the 16-hour LNT Trainer Course.
Online Shopping is Always Available!
Our national website, scoutshop.org, is always available for you to browse and shop, 24 hours a day.
Annual Giving Tree
The Mobile Scout Shop is providing an opportunity for the Scouting community to help local Scout members who may be in need of uniforms and uniform items.
This help will be done through The Holiday Giving Tree program starting November 16 through December 16, 2019. The Holiday Giving Tree program works on a donation basis. A Holiday Giving tree (similar to an Angel tree) will be set up at the Scout Shop with Holiday Giving cards on it. Each card will have the first name of the Scout along with the uniform items that they need. There will also be a space for other items they may like such as books, crafts, camping items, etc. Customers and Scout supporters can purchase the item(s) in their local Scout Shop and give them to the store staff to collect for each child.