eHartsook on Scouting

Ross Pfannenstiel, Hartsook Executive Vice President, eHartsook on Scouting Editor November 2019

Growing Philanthropy for Boy Scouts of America

Hartsook has a decades-long tradition of helping Boy Scouts of America (BSA) councils – with over $165 million raised for BSA. The Hartsook team helps improve councils’ major gift prospect identification, qualification, cultivation and solicitation; grant research and proposal writing; campaign assessments; estate giving; annual fund planning and implementation; leadership development and more. To learn how Hartsook can help your local council, contact us at [email protected] or at (866) 630-8500.

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A Scout is Clean

Clean: spotless, scrubbed, free from unwanted material.

The Boy Scouts of America‘s ethos to Leave No Trace is “… an attitude rather than a set of rules. It applies to your backyard and local park as much as in the backcountry. We should all practice this in our thinking and actions – wherever we go.”


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Pacific Harbors Council Boy Scouts of America Enlists Hartsook

Pacific Harbors Council Boy Scouts of America (Takoma, Wash.) is situated on the western shore of Summit Lake in Washington State. Camp Thunderbird is the Pacific Harbors Council’s premier camp offering an array of camping options and waterfront activities. The Council has enlisted Hartsook to help with fundraising for capital, regular giving and endowment goals. Pacific Harbors Council serves communities throughout most of Southwest Washington. Over 18,000 youth are served annually through local programs led by over 6,000 adult volunteers.


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Announcing the Power of Philanthropy™

Hartsook Chairman and CEO Matthew J. Beem, PhD is an Eagle Scout, a member of the Tribe of Mic-O-Say, and an active volunteer with Boy Scouts of America. He has served as Chair for the Heart of America Council’s Blue Elk District and in many other council, district and unit leadership roles.

Hartsook is dedicated to helping nonprofit organizations increase philanthropic support. The Power of Philanthropy shares stories and lessons of organizations and individuals who improve the lives of others through acts of generosity.

Read his latest blog from: “I was at the library on a recent Saturday morning wrapping up loose ends before a week on the road. I looked up from my computer and saw a man walking slowly through the lobby toward the restrooms and water fountain. As he got closer, it was evident from the pack and bedroll on his back that he was homeless and had come in for a drink after a long night outdoors. I watched him approach the water fountain, only to feel disappointment as he leaned over and pushed the button. It wasn’t working…” Go here to read more.

Go here to subscribe to The Power of Philanthropy. We invite you to send your stories and insights to [email protected] as, together, we unleash the Power of Philanthropy.


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Serving BSA Councils from Coast to Coast and Around the World

Hartsook has assisted Boy Scouts of America councils from coast to coast and in Europe, including the following councils:

BSA Blackhawk Area Council
Rockford, Ill.

BSA Boston Minuteman Council
Milton, Mass.

BSA Cradle of Liberty Council
Wayne, Pa.

BSA Crater Lake Council
Central Point, Ore.**

BSA Dan Beard Council
Cincinnati, Ohio

BSA Grand Canyon Council
Phoenix

BSA Grand Teton Council
Idaho Falls, Idaho*

BSA Greenwich Council
Greenwich, Conn.**

BSA Heart of America Council
Kansas City****

BSA Hudson Valley Council
Salisbury Mills, N.Y.**

BSA Mississippi Valley Council
Quincy, Ill.

BSA National Capital Area Council
Bethesda, Md.

BSA National Council
Irving, Texas**

BSA Northern New Jersey Council
Oakland, N.J.

BSA Pacific Harbors Council
Takoma, Wash.

BSA PeeDee Area Council
Florence, S.C.

BSA Pine Burr Area Council
Hattiesburg, Miss.

BSA Quivira Council
Wichita, Kan.**

BSA Susquehanna Council
Williamsport, Pa.

BSA Texas Southwest Council
San Angelo, Texas

BSA Trails West Council
Belleville, Ill.**

BSA Transatlantic Council
Brussels, Belgium**

BSA Westark Area Council
Fort Smith, Ark.**

BSA Westchester-Putnam Council
Hawthorne, N.Y.

*Each asterisk represents an additional council engagement

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Hartsook’s Growing Philanthropy Tour

“Hartsook lent its expertise and provided a realistic, yet challenging, campaign target. This brought peace of mind and confidence and led to the successful completion of our campaign.” — Don Kinney, Retired Scout Executive Blackhawk Area Council, Boy Scouts of America, Rockford, Ill.

To schedule a Hartsook consultant to speak at your council or event email [email protected]

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