About the 37th Loudoun Red Foxes
The 37th Loudoun Red Foxes is an outdoors-focused traditional scouting program that promotes good citizenship, self-reliance, loyalty, and outdoor skills. We welcome everyone, youth and adult, regardless of gender identity, religious choice, sexual orientation, race, ability, income level, or nationality. We participate in group adventures, campouts, and community-building projects that take advantage of being outdoors, whenever and wherever possible.
Where, When and Pricing
With our base in the city of Leesburg in Loudoun County, VA (USA), we mainly serve the communities of Ashburn, Leesburg, Broadlands, Cascades, Landsdowne, Aldie, and others of Loudoun County, as well as neighboring communities (e.g. Reston, Herndon, Fairfax County).
Meetings are held twice a month on Sunday from 1pm - 3pm. Location varies around or near Loudoun County. In addition, scouts will have a chance to practice their skills and grow their friendship bonds during spring and fall campouts, regional campouts (Hullabaloo), Pathfinders-only campouts and other special events that are held throughout the year.
Cost for new members vary by group levels. Financial assistance available. Please Contact Us for more information.
We are a 100% volunteer run organization, which means that we cannot make scouting happen without parental/guardian/family member involvement. Please visit Parent Participation for more information.
About the Baden-Powell Service Association
We are a member of the Baden-Powell Service Association (BPSA). BPSA was formed in the U.S. in 2006 as an independent and traditional-style scouting association. BPSA's program harkens back to the principles and methods originally drafted by Robert Baden-Powell in 1907: promoting self-reliance, good citizenship, training in habits of observation, and loyalty.
To learn more about BPSA and our aims and methods, visit BPSA-US.org.
BPSA is not affiliated with either the Boy Scouts of America or the Girls Scouts of the USA. We are members of the World Federation of Independent Scouts (WFIS) and as such are not in competition with other American scouting associations; we are only their brothers and sisters in scouting.
A Scout’s honor is to be trusted.
A Scout is loyal.
A Scout’s duty is to be useful and to help others.
A Scout is a friend to all, and a sibling to every other Scout, no matter to what country, class, or creed the other may belong.
A Scout is courteous.
A Scout is kind to animals.
A Scout obeys orders.
A Scout smiles and whistles under all difficulties.
A Scout is thrifty.
A Scout is clean in thought, word and deed.
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