2007 Annual Report

The Boy Scouts of America is an organization committed to making a difference in the lives of young people. Through the efforts of almost 1.2 million dedicated volunteers and the support of religious and community organizations, the BSA reached more than 2.8 million youth in 2007 with its traditional program of citizenship, mental and physical fitness, and  character development.


Mission Statement

To the Speaker of the House of Representatives

2007: Year in Review

The Value of Scouting

2007-2010 National Strategic Plan

Increase Membership Opportunities

Ensure Financial Security

Recruit More Volunteers

Identify and Strengthen Relationships

Place the Right People in the Right Positions

Combined Traditional Membership/Participation Totals

Boy Scouts of America Annual Traditional Membership Summary

Learning for Life Annual Participation Summary

Program Services