New Fundraising Arm for Troop 26

Troop 26 has quality treks, summer camps and other adventures. Some of these are expensive, more expensive than some families can afford. Generous donors have helped bridge the gap, but have never been able to make tax-deductible donations – until now.

Friends of Troop 26 Santa Barbara is our new 501(c)(3) fund. It will provide financial aid for qualified families, to help their Scouts participate in our quality programs. It can also help with special equipment purchases or other financial needs of the Troop. Donations are tax-deductible.

Please consider a gift of any amount to help all T26 Scouts participate in our great program.

Send checks to:
Friends of Troop 26 SB
311 E. Carrillo Street, Suite D
Santa Barbara CA 93101.

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