Venture Scouts – Messengers of Peace

Messengers of Peace is an excellent way for Venture Scouts to develop in the Social and Character areas by engaging in practical projects that address local social needs.
Social and Character: Organise a community project.

  • Plan: Learn about a social issue (several meetings) and plan ways in which you can help (several meetings)
  • Do: Activity Crews undertake a community project (two weekends)
  • Review: Evaluate your project and commit to maintenance (meeting, on-going)

Scouts – Messengers of Peace

By participating in and leading a Messengers of Peace project, Scouts can contribute to their community and achieve different parts of their Crean Awards.
Organise a community project.

  • Plan: Learn about a local social issue (meeting) and decide on ways in which you can help (meeting)
  • Do: Patrols organise a community project (weekend)
  • Review: Evaluate your project and its impact, and commit to maintaining if required (meeting, on-going)

Cub Scouts – Messengers of Peace

Messengers of Peace is a great way for Cub Scouts to do a local community project that helps them work on Sarah and Conor’s travel cards. Sarah and Conor lead us on a community project.

  • Plan: Sarah helps us explore a community issue (meeting) and Conor shows use why it is important to help (meeting)
  • Do: Each Six does a community project (weekend)
  • Review: Conor shows you how to look at the difference you made and Sarah helps you celebrate (meeting)

Beaver Scouts – Messengers of Peace

Messengers of Peace helps Beaver Scouts do a local community project with the help of Fionn and Spike.  Fionn and Spike lead us on a community project.

  • Plan: Fionn helps us explore a community issue (meeting) and Spike shows use why it is important to help (meeting)
  • Do: do your community project (day adventure)
  • Review: Spike helps you look at the difference you made and Fionn helps you celebrate (meeting)

Rover Scouts – Messengers of Peace

Messengers of Peace acts a way of doing a Rover Scout service project that enables each member to participate in a meaningful programme.

Service: Organise a local community project.

  • Plan: Learn about a social issue (two meetings / day adventure) and decide on the ways in which you can help (two meetings)
  • Do: Crews complete a community project (two weekends)
  • Review: Examine and evaluate your project and commit to maintenance, if required (meeting, on-going)