Good Turn for America
Good Turn for America helps communities with more Scouting service, instills the value of service in our youth, and increases awareness of the Scouting program within our neighborhoods as we focus on three areas of common concern: food, shelter and health.
Good Turn for America builds on current unit service projects, as well as encouraging units to develop new projects to benefit their communities. Unit-level projects are usually performed for local agencies or in service of a chartering organization.
On February 23, 2009 the Good Turn for American Web site indicated 8,303,557 service hours that had been performed by members of the Boy Scouts of America.