A reader has taken the initiative to create a map of inclusive Scouting – they write:
Though we may not always agree on the policy, we can always agree that more youth in Scouting is a good thing. So for parents, youth, and volunteers that haven’t considered Scouting in the past because of inclusivity concerns, we’ve created this resource. I hope you find it useful.
This effort undertaken by volunteer Scouters to map Scouting units that welcome LGBT Scouts and adults is a resource for families, Scouts and potential volunteers looking for Packs, Troops, and Crews who choose to select inclusive adult leadership.
The map’s FAQ explains the scope, intent and limitations of the map.
You can view the map here. Units can complete this form to be listed on the Inclusive Packs, Troops, and Crews Map. Note that the maps creators specify only duly appointed representatives of packs, troops, and crews should complete this form after consulting with their chartering organization.
The map’s creator invites your comments and questions.