Packs, Troops, Teams, and Crews
The North Florida Council provides an internet-based method to renew your Scout unit annual charter. The charter renewal process is an essential ingredient to youth retention, charter partner relationships and is a user friendly tool for Scout leaders. A designated representative of each Scout Unit can now complete the paperwork for renewing a charter online. Through Internet Charter Renewal, a designated Scout Leader can indicate returning members, add new members, and update information for an individual or the charter organization.
NOTE: The Charter Renewal process will open new windows. If you have pop-up blocking software, the windows may not open. If that happens, disable the pop-up blocker for the charter renewal site and try again.
Assign one person in your Scout Unit to serve as the charter renewal processor-only that person will have access to the charter information at the site.
When the online process is complete, the renewal processor prints the completed charter renewal application.
The renewal processor submits the completed charter renewal papers to the Unit Committee Chairman or unit leader to sign. The Unit Committee Chairman or Unit Leader then submits the completed charter renewal papers to the charter representative to sign. When all the signatures are complete the scout unit submits the completed unit charter renewal application to the Scout Service Center for processing.
Bring the completed charter renewal application along with the material you received in your charter renewal packet (Charter Organization Agreement and Centennial Quality Unit application completed) and the appropriate fees to your district’s charter party (check for the time and date of your district charter party).
Follow the steps below to complete your Internet Charter Renewal: