A Family Program
Family involvement is essential to Cub Scouting's success. When we talk
about "family" in Cub Scouting, we're sensitive to the realities of present-day
families. Many Cub Scouts do not come from traditional two-parent homes. Some
boys live with a single parent or with other relatives or guardians. Cub
Scouting considers a boy's family to be the people with whom he lives.
The BSA Family Award
The BSA Family Award program offers activities to help strengthen all families—whether two-parent, single-parent, or nontraditional.
As a program for the entire family, Cub Scouting can help families teach their children a wholesome system of values and beliefs while building and strengthening relationships among family members.
Your Role as a Parent
Cub Scouting helps parents and sons grow closer, and your involvement as a parent of a Cub Scout is vital.
Becoming a Leader
Volunteer leaders support Cub Scouting by serving in many roles, and often find great satisfaction in lending their support to youth and the community.