Our Supporters

Three cheers for our Number One Supporters — our support committee!!

The support committee is the financial and administrative backbone of the scout group.   Please give them a hand whenever you can.

Community support

We appreciate most sincerely the support we receive from local businesses, families, granting agencies, and our branch office.  Here is a brief summary of recent support, in chronological order.

  • June 2018:  Donation from Mr Peter Quiggin
  • April 2018:  $300 from the Grill’d Local Matters community s support program to assist youth members to attend the 2019 Australian Jamboree.
  • June 2017:  Donation from Kama supporter, Mr Peter Quiggin, matched by the Kama Support Committee, to establish a fund to provide financial assistance to youth members for activity and participation costs.
  • January 2017:  Bunnings Warehouse Belconnen donated materials to the “Creator Realm” Activity Base led by Kama at Cuboree 2017.
  • December 2016:  $100 from the Grill’d Local Matters community support program to assist the Creator Realm Activity Base led by Kama at Cuboree 2017.
  • September 2016:  incredible assistance above and beyond the strictures of the contract from our contractors on the roof project:
    • ACT Interiors
    • Rogers Electrical
    • Benmax
    • AW & DM Roofing
    • AGH Demolition
    • AWT Engineering
    • Steve Hubbard & Associates
    • Robson Environmental
  • June 2016: Donation from Kama supporter, Mr Peter Quiggin
  • April 2016 – ongoing:  acceptance into the Canberra Southern Cross Club Community Rewards scheme.
  • January 2016: $30,000 grant from ACT Government, Asset Refurbishment & Maintenance Scheme, Sport & Recreation Grant Program.
  • November 2015:  donation from Semaphore Consulting to assist with Jamboree 2016 gear.
  • October 2015:  donation from Draco Fellowship to assist with Jamboree expenses.
  • June 2015:  donation from Kama supporter Mr Peter Quiggin.
  • April 2015:  Kama received $300 from the Grill’d Local Matters community support program.
  • January 2015:  donation by the estate of the late Mrs Elizabeth Smith.
  • August 2014: Canberra Southern Cross Club Community Grant ($2,000) which was matched by funds from the Parent Committee to install a window in the Venturer Den
  • June 2014:  donations from Semaphore Consulting and Kama supporter Mr Peter Quiggin
  • May 2014:  supply and installation of a brilliant (pun intended!) external light, John Ayres Electrical
  • May 2014: donation of superseded GPS devices from the Australian Federal Police.  (Sadly, these were later lost in a targetted series of burglaries of scout halls across the ACT).
  • Sept 2013 to February 2014:  construction of an outdoor education area was made possible by a Coles and Junior Landcare Grant in conjunction with funding provided by the Kama Parent Committee.